Linen and Lace Infinity Scarf

I whipped up this infinity scarf last night with some leftover linen fabric I had.  It’s a great fall color so it’s perfect for a lightweight scarf.  The basic pattern of the scarf is almost the same as my super simple t-shirt headband.  Start by cutting fabric {mine was about 46 inches in length} and folding in half lengthwise and stitching a seam.

Then, turn your scarf right-side out and take the two ends and stitch them together {you can see more detailed pictures of these steps here}.  You will have a basic infinity scarf now-mine wraps around twice but if you want it longer, just adjust the initial length of your fabric.

To embellish it, I added some lace leftover used here, here, and here.  I started by gluing down the edge and folding the lace and glueing it down in a circle, as I did on this pillow.

Continue to fold and glue until you have a complete circle.

To fill in the center hole, I just cut a small piece of lace and folded it into a little ball.

And my scarf was finished.  Cost-free! I had all the materials on hand.  You could easily make the same scarf with a leftover sweater or some soft jersey fabric, depending on what look/feel you are going for.

Cute, huh?

There’s no folding or tying or worrying about it falling off.  It’s wrapped around and snuggly:)  You could obviously embellish it however you want or buy a fun fabric and leave it plain!




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  1. Very pretty! I love the lace

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