December 30, 2011

DIY Infinity Scarf

Take your scarf from this:


To this:


All you need is a scarf with loose ends and a pair of scissors. My scarf came from Forever 21 and it was about $9.00. :) 

This could NOT be easier. 

1. Lay your scarf flat


2. Match up 1 end to another, and tie together. Continue until you have tied all the ends together.


3. Cut off extra strings.




You are done! Throw on that infinity scarf! 


Grits was watching the entire time. See how bored he is? Thats how easy this scarf makeover was.

43 comments:

  1. Cool! I am going to do one right now.

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  2. If you want to be able to wear the scarf both ways, just use an oversized safety pin. Lay the two ends over one another and weave the pin in and out of the overlapped ends. Just making sure the safety pinned section is in the back when you wear it! :)

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  3. you know,most of my scarves,but maybe 2 ,have fringe and I hate it..now I have a project! thanks(and trust me,ALL the pics were necessary,for me anyway. I am "craft challenged" :)

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  4. Yes! I can't wait to do this to some of my scarves :)
    So easy!

    Thanks!

    xo,
    Jessica

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  5. Cool idea! Grits is so handsome!

    http://atimeforeverythingjewelryblog.blogspot.com

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  6. How have I never thought of this? genius! I will be cutting up all my scarfs tonight! ha

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  7. Gosh- that was easy! I'll be on the hunt for one of those now!

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  8. This is such a good idea!!! I need to go and get a scarf from there and try it ASAP.

    Have a fabulous day!
    Mrs. Monologues

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  9. I actually got an infinity scarf for Christmas!!! I live it!! Now I just need to figure out what to wear it with! :) love this tutorial!!

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  10. Thanks! I am literally going to do this to one of my scarves right now haha

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  11. I love this and will be tying it this afternoon.

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  12. Stumbled across your blog via Pinterest. I love your ideas on hair and fashion. Added you to my blog list.

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  13. Going on the vein of the previous poster (Jenna T) who did not want to knot it, but use a safety pin. -a bit of a different solution would be to weave a bit of ribbon through it then tie it. That way you wouldn't have pins showing and you could just untie the ribbon when you wanted to wear it a different way than infinity.

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  14. Ok why didn't I think of that? Great idea

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  15. Ok why didn't I think of that? Great idea

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  16. Wow what an awesome idea!! I am most definitely going to be trying this! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Genius! Now I'm off to find a scarf with fringe. :) Thanks friend!

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  18. What a FABULOUS idea! I have about 3 scarves at home I'm going to do this with.

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  19. I love this! So smart and easy. I will definitely do this to a few of my scarfs!

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  20. Ah-mazing. Why didn't I think of this!!! Thanks!

    http://thoughtsbyapetitebrunette-mrslord.blogspot.com/

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  21. Great idea! Your hair looks wonderful! Is it the same as usual?

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  22. So cute! I was just about to do a blog post very similar to this on my blog when i found yours! Love it. =) Mine is up at Blessed to be a Blessing blog or tobless.blogspot.com. =)

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  23. Love! Where did you get your earrings?

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  24. What a great idea! I'm trying this tonight with a scarf I've had for a few years, love it, but it's too long.. This is perfect!!

    Check out my blog please :)

    http://glamorousbride.blogspot.com/

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  25. Darling! What a great idea and tutorial! Thanks for sharing!
    xoxo

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  26. You're right, this couldn't have been any easier! Took me less than ten mintues! I featured your tutorial with link to your site on my blog!

    http://glamorousbride.blogspot.com/

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  27. This is such a great idea! I did this yesterday with 2 completely different scarves and it worked great both times! Thanks for the tip!!

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  28. Thanks for much for this! I got three scarves for Christmas and wanted to somehow turn one into this! Happy New Years! :)

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  29. I am scarf obsessed right now! Ready to tie together the ends of my chunky scarves!

    PS-Love your blog and your sister's blog
    http://jkcbhinton.blogspot.com/

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  30. Well, aren't you creative! Thanks for showing this!

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  31. Love this! Tried It today and have a whole new scarf! Where did you get your earings?

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  32. funny...just opened your blog to check out your post and I am wearing the same earrings...love em! Love you blog, keep up the good work. ~Heidi

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  33. Hi Kate! A girlfriend just turned me on to your blog and I couldn't be more excited! I saw this post about making the infinity scarf and knew I had just the perfect scarf to make my own. Ten minutes later, I have an infinity scarf created from a handmade scarf that my mom made me. I liked it before but I love it now :) Thanks!

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  34. The scarf really suites you and you look even more beautiful in it...

    company ties

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  35. Thanks for posting this. I bought a scarf like this from modcloth when they were having a huge sale a few years ago and I've wanted to make it into an infinity scarf since the day I got it. I will have to try this!

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  36. Absolutely trying this! Easy and gorgeous, my kind of DIY!

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  39. Wow I just did this and it was so easy, I took a scarf that I wasn't going to wear anymore because it was just too long as a regular scarf and I found myself feeling bulky wearing it. Such a great idea!

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