Wednesday, April 22, 2015

How to make a Fat Quarter Infinity Scarf: A Sewing Project for Beginners


Who doesn't love a nice scarf in Spring?! These trendy infinity scarves are so, so easy to make and only use four fat quarters so there is really no reason not to try this out! The great thing about projects like this is that the possibilities are endless- there are always hundreds of fat quarter sets to choose from in Our Shop!

This fat quarter scarf was born from the idea that people who are just learning to sew should have fun and useful projects that they can be proud of while still practicing and refining their sewing skills! It didn't take long to decide that an infinity scarf would be the perfect practice project (say that three times fast). These popular accessories aren't only a great craft to make for yourself, they also make great gifts, which is a good thing because it's really hard to stop at one!

Here is the video tutorial on how to make these adorable accessories:

At Shabby Fabrics we have over 200 fat quarter sets to choose from with more arriving all the time!

Here are a few of our current favorites that would work really well for an infinity scarf:

You can get the same look as Jen with this Shade Grey FQ set from the Paradiso collection by Kate Spain for Moda Fabrics:
 Paradiso by Kate Spain for Moda Fabrics | Shabby Fabrics

Here at Shabby Fabrics we have perfectly coordinated 7 FQ sets called Seventh Heaven in a rainbow of different colors and shades. Get one in every color to match any outfit!
 Seventh Heaven Teal FQ Set | Shabby Fabrics

 Seventh Heaven Lavender FQ Set | Shabby Fabrics

Here is a 4 FQ set from the Blossoms collection by Kathy Hall for Andover Fabric in beautiful shades of lavender that would work perfectly to make one infinity scarf:
 Blossoms- Lavender FQ set from Andover Fabrics | Shabby Fabrics

Do you like to make your own fashions? Let us know in the comments below!

Until next time,
Katherine

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