I love a good scarf. They just have a way of giving you that effortlessly layered look with one simple wrap. With the oven-like temps and a humidity index of what seems like 500 °F, scarves aren’t exactly… priority. Regardless, I set off to make this über simple no-sew infinity scarf to give me that look I long for without breaking a sweat, or the bank!
I know I always say this, but it just keeps getting true-er. This is quite possibly the easiest DIY of all time. Scissors and two yards of fabric. That’s right. Need I say more? Pick any sort of light weight fabric you’d like. I chose a blush sheer fabric at Joann Fabrics on sale!
You’ll find, the fabric will come folded the long way. Cut down the folded edge so you end up with two long narrow pieces of fabric. You can either discard this (not suggested, you waste case) or make an extra scarf for a friend, mom, or grand mom.
Start tying double knots from one end to the finish line. The entire process took me about 15 minutes. I left raw edges because I like that look. In fact, it will nicely counter balance the romantic feel of the sheer scarf with just a touch of edge if you leave raw hems. Drum roll, please!