Learn how to make a DIY kid infinity scarf with this simple sewing tutorial. It’s a great beginner sewing project that keeps children warm!
My kids love wearing scarves for warmth, but rectangle scarves felt unwound and fall off easily.
We’ve fallen in love with infinity scarves because they are easy to put on, they don’t get in the way of playing, and they don’t fall off. They are also really easy to sew!
– Knit fabric – light to medium weight with at least 10% stretch – Sewing tools – Sewing machine
Cut out a long rectangle 16 inches tall and 50 inches wide. These measurements are pretty loose since a thicker fabric will create a “tighter” scarf.
I used some knit pieces of fabric. The plaid fabric was the right width, but it was a little shorter. The striped fabric was less wide, but it was taller.
With right sides together match up the two long sides. Pin the edge together. Sew the long edge together with either a zigzag stitch or a serger with a 3/8 inch seam allowance.