Sewing Tips, Patterns, Examples of All Types of Sewing, Design Ideas, Different types of Fabrics-from G Street Fabrics and Spoonflower
Saturday, January 5, 2019
This is just using the width of the fabric, so there is still enough to do a simple tunic top When making a small one like this it will fold twice but look more like a cowell neck on a blouse of the same color because it is not so long.
Fold your fabric in half right sides together, sew edge to make a tube, but leave an opening in the middle about 4-5 inch opening. Your ends are open, so you pull you scarf through the end of the tube to match the ends right side to right side and sew tube opening but twist once, matching the right side to right side on ends of tube sew end closed with the machine... then pull your fabric back through the hole and you have your infinity scarf done except for sewing the opening closed with a slight slipstitch by hand.