Free Infinity Scarf Project

It’s almost April, but for those of us living in NYC, you can’t tell from the weather. Instead of arranging springtime bocce matches in the park this year, I’ve been spending my spring mostly indoors, or bundled up so far. If you’re like me and still need to keep staying warm this season, my infinity scarf project on Sewing Republic site is just the thing to help keep you toasty. It’s surprisingly easy to sew, whipping up in less than an hour, and can be customized to any dimension.

For the scarf below, I cut the fabric very wide and only long enough to go around my neck once, but you can make yours as narrow or long as you like. Choose a chunky knit fabric and the end result will look hand knitted (and you won’t have to tell anyone how quick it was to stitch!) Check out the Bernina We All Sew site for a downloadable pdf that includes all of the instructions you need to complete the look.

Nicole Smith is an author, editor, designer, and instructor who lives in Brooklyn, New York. Check out her latest book, Skirt-A-Day Sewing, out now at your local bookstore, or online.
  1. This looks so easy! I can’t wait to make one for me and one for my roommie!

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