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Infinity Scarf Tutorial {guest post}

2014 January 8

I’m excited to let you know that I’m over on Fabric Spot guest posting a kid’s infinity scarf tutorial! These are so cute and my 3 year old loves that she can put it on herself. I also talk about the amazing organic knit Karen provided for the scarf. Check it out!

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  1. January 8, 2014

    I’ve been planning on making my two year old some of these! Thanks for the great tutorial :)
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  2. Laura permalink
    January 9, 2014

    Super cute! I love the fabric and I think I might make matching ones for me and the girls.

  3. Debbie Rogowski permalink
    January 10, 2014

    Thanks for the tutorial, what do you think if I made one for an adult, just make it wider? but not longer? I have this same fabric in the orange (ok I think it’s called something else lol)

    • January 10, 2014

      I think you might want to make it longer – maybe 60″? I just tried my daughters’ on and it fits pretty tightly around my neck – more like a cowl turtleneck – cozy warm, but not loose like a scarf. :) A wider width would be nice too – I’m guessing 15-18″? Your fabric sounds amazing! I’m really liking orange right now. Actually orange and purple together – maybe I’m crazy?!

  4. Leanne permalink
    January 12, 2014

    I saw it on her today and noticed it right away! It’s adorable and I love the fabric!

    • January 15, 2014

      Thanks Leanne! I love the fabric also – not too girly/young looking – but still passes as fun on a toddler :)

  5. Erika permalink
    December 9, 2018

    Is your tutorial still available? I have tried to click on the links that are provided but nothing comes up. Could you possible send me another link or email me to tutorial for the toddler infinity scarf? Thanks.

    • December 10, 2018

      Hi Erika. Thanks for letting me know. The shop that was hosting this tutorial has closed. I will email them to see if I can post the tutorial on my site – unfortunatly I can’t email the instructions right now because they don’t make much sense without the photographs that go along with it.

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