October and November bring some serious chill in the air, so it’s always important to cover up. But, covering up doesn’t mean you have to forfeit fashion, which is why I created this stylish infinity scarf. I’ve been totally obsessed with this rusted orange color, and I love the gold markings on this Black and Metallic Gold Foil African-Inspired Stretch Velour, so I combined them to make the perfect accessory!
Fabrics & materials used:
First, you’ll need to cut out two strips of each fabric, four strips in total, 46″ by 14″. Take the velvet and sew the faces together along one of the shorter sides, and do the same with the lining. You’ll be left with two lengths of fabric, both about 92″ long, one black and one orange.
Pin the right sides of the two fabrics together, making sure to line up the seam. Sew both lengths, so that you now have a 92″ tube with the short ends open.
Finally, flip it right side out and pin the short sides together, so that the velvet faces are together, and the lining faces are together. You won’t be able to sew it all the way, but sew as far as you can. Slip stitch the last few inches, and voila, you’ve got a cute and cozy fall accessory.
Let me know how it goes in the comments!