Flannel Makes an Attractive Infinity Scarf

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Sew Up This Super Easy Project in Colors You Love!

Lush flannel fabric is used to make a warm and attractive infinity scarf in this easy project. It goes together very quickly, resulting in a wonderful scarf to enjoy all winter long.

Choose three compatible fat quarters in good quality flannel. Rob from Man Sewing loves Robert Kaufman’s Shetland Flannel. He bought a fat quarter bundle so he could make several scarves for gifts.

We looked around and could not find the same fabric line, but there are many wonderful flannels out there to choose from. Select three fat quarters in colors you love. Notice that Rob kept his three choices close in color and value for a more unified scarf.

Amazon has a wide variety of flannel fat quarter bundles (see the selection here). You’ll find some nice combinations at The Fat Quarter Shop, too (check here).

Once you have the flannel, the rest is easy. You’ll find all the details in the following video.



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