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Playful Patchwork Infinity Scarf Pattern

Learn how to make an infinity scarf that will forever change the way you accessorize!

Updated July 30, 2018
Playful Patchwork Infinity Scarf Pattern
Playful Patchwork Infinity Scarf Pattern
This image courtesy of monalunadesign.blogspot.com

Sometimes the hardest part of being a sewist is selecting a single fabric out of all the glorious prints, patterns, and palettes available. However, if you're accessory savvy, you don't have to choose between fabrics anymore! This Playful Patchwork Infinity Scarf is an adorable way to use six swatches in one cohesive design. No other DIY infinity scarf is as versatile as this. With every color from blush to royal blue to spring green, this easy infinity scarf sewing pattern will go with any outfit and look utterly fabulous! Sew this simple design for the fashionista in your life or sport it yourself for a compliment-attracting look.

 

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byMachine

Easy

Materials List

  • 1/3 Yard of five coordinating Monaluna lawn prints. The picture shown uses the following:

    1. Cherry Blossoms Dawn lawn

    2. Spots lawn

    3. Poem Petal lawn

    4. Poem Sage lawn

    5. Cherry Blossoms Dusk lawn


  • Sewing machine
  • Color coordinating thread

Instructions

  1. Cut the fabrics into the following dimensions, using one of the prints twice:

    1. 10-1/2” x 21” Cherry Blossoms Dawn lawn
    2. 10-1/2” x 18” Poem Petal lawn
    3. 10-1/2” x 16” Cherry Blossoms Dusk lawn
    4. 10-1/2” x 15” Spots lawn
    5. 10-1/2” x 19” Cherry Blossoms Dusk lawn
    6. 10-1/2” x 21” Poem Sage lawn

  2. Lay out the fabric according to the diagrams. Make two pieced strips (the first with Pieces 1-3, the second with Pieces 4-6).

  3. As you join each piece, place right sides together and stitch with 1/2” seam allowance, back tacking at the beginning and end of seams. Press seams toward the darker fabric.

  4. Check that your two pieced strips are the same length, and trim if needed.

  5. Place the two pieces right sides together, and stitch the two long edges with 1/2” seam allowance, again back tacking at the beginning and end of the seams.

  6. Reach into the tube you’ve just created and bring the short ends right sides together (Piece 1 should face Piece 3, and Piece 4 should face Piece 6).

  7. Sew together with a 1/2” seam allowance, being sure to line up the side seams, and leaving a 4” opening.

  8. Turn scarf right side out and press.

  9. Stitch the opening closed, by hand or machine.

What's your favorite scarf sewing pattern? Let us know below in the comments!

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I've never made a scarf before but if I did I'd use this pattern. I like that it can go with a lot of different things.

Beautiful!

I've never sewn a scarf before, but this pattern looks great!

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I have never tried sewing a scarf, but I would try something in a bright silk pattern!

This is so pretty, Unity scarfs are my favorite,

I Would love, to make the play ful patchwork scarf

My favorite scarf is the magic bias scarf I saw demonstrated on "sewing with Nancy" many years ago. It turns out so pretty with such a small slice of fabric, comparatively.

Love this idea! Have not tried sewing a scarf yet!

I have never sewn a scarf, only crocheted and loom knitted them.

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