Last April I taught a class on making t-shirt infinity scarves at the SNAP Conference in SLC. I’m just now remembering that I hadn’t posted a tutorial for them…so better late than never! The scarves were a hit…they are so easy to make that each person in the class made more than one.
I had precut all the squares for the class:
Love all the colorful combinations:
To make your scarf, first you need to cut a bunch of 11″ squares from t-shirts, pajama pants, etc or just knit-by-the-yard:
For the adult sized scarf you need 8 squares per scarf and the child sized only needs 6 squares. Lay them out in the pattern you want the finished scarf to be. 2 rows of 4:
Sew each row of 4 together first using a sewing machine or a serger, like you are making a quilt. So you will have 2 long rectangles: [Read more…]