January 12, 2012

Twisted Infinity Scarf

You may have seen the post I wrote recently explaining how I turned a long fringed scarf into an infinity scarf! And I love it! 
I figured out a new way to wear it so it's tighter around my neck and doesn't hang down too low. 

Even if you don't care about twisting up a scarf, you can still watch it and look for my cat escaping through the door behind me. ::no more paranormal activity like this video though:: 


Feel free to rant and rave about how awesome the video quality is. We bought a new video camera (Sony Handycam HD) so I can create higher quality videos for YOU! 

32 comments:

  1. Well shoot! Usually I can watch all your tutorials on my phone but not today. Hmmm...did it get posted differently? Will watch it on my computer later. :) Thanks for all you do Kate!

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  2. @Alisa: It's on vimeo, but I read that it is compatible with phones too! Sorry you are having trouble!

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  4. Video quality is great! And I like this twisting idea. I made the infinity scarf with a pashmina and I ended up leaving the strings on for a fringe-y look.

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  5. Love your blog! :) You are too cute. Oh and tagged you in a post on my blog today!

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  6. This is great I have a scarf that is like that and I had no idea how to wear it to make it look cute. Now I know thanks. Going to wear it tomorrow and hopefully have the time to take a picture and show you.

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  7. That's awesome... I'm going to have to get myself an infinity scarf just to try this now!!

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  8. Love it! I actually made the infinity scarf.. Didn't think to wear this way though. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Kate, where is your grey dress from...it's super cute!

    ~ Lindsay

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  10. Hi Kate! Your videos are so FANCY now! Good call on the HandyCam, and thanks for the awesome haircut yesterday! :)

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  11. I can't watch the videos on my phone either now :(

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  12. Love this post kate! :) www.lovelucinda.com

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  13. Love the cat opening the door in the background. Ha, adorable!

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  14. I love the whole idea and also got a chuckle watching your cat in the background open your door! Too cute. Thanks for you amazing ideas. I love them!

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  15. Love, love, love. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Love Love your blog. Ran across it yesterday shared with my friends. Also wore my hair in a messy bun.
    Thanks for all the great tips.

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  17. Love the addition of the music! You are so cute!

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  18. I can hear it but can't see a picture on my iPad either :(

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  19. You are so genius! I can never figure out how to wear scarves but now I know!

    Btw I love your blog, so I tagged you in a post!

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  21. Super cute! The video quality is AWESOME! Exactly which Sony Handycam HD is this one? I am in the market! Thanks for the wonderful scarf ideas and cute hairdos.
    Christie M.

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  22. Cute Idea. Loveing the infinity scarves!

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  23. What a great discovery. I found your hair tutorials on Pinterest. I decided to check your "about me" section and lo and behold you're in the same area. I live in Cary. Love your blog! Blessings!

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  24. Great idea- but must ask where is your "oh, so cute" dress from??

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  25. Can you please post pictures of how to do this? I can't watch the video and I've always been able to watch your videos!!

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  26. i love the color of the scarf. and i think the twisting looks fun and the texture is awesome.

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  27. Oh no! I can't see it either! Can anyone help? I'm using my ipad...

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  28. Great idea, thanks for sharing. I'm liking the new video camera!

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  29. Thanks for the tutorial. Where did you get your dress?

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  30. I'm glad you posted this! I bought an infinity scarf last year. The sales-lady told me it could be worn 11 ways... I haven't even worn it once. It feels too long when wrapped twice, but too bulky when wrapped a third time. I'll try the twist... it's a super cute scarf, so I need to be wearing it!

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  31. Great tutorial and video of scarf-tying! I checked out some of your other blogs regarding scarves & just love all your ideas. I discovered your blog a few days ago thru Pinterest, & learned so much about styling my hair using the flat iron. Now I'm hooked and am now following.
    CAS

    I think we have twin kitties -- mine is a female. There is a pic of Abby on my blog header. They look so much alike!

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