Upcyled Lace Infinity Scarf

Upcyled Lace Infinity Scarf
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This is a great budget-friendly way to dress up any shirt/outfit for fall or winter and a super easy way to add that lacy, trendy style to your wardrobe. I used left over lace from a skirt that was too long and needed to be shortened for this project.

But if you don't already have lacy material on hand I would recommend checking your local thrift store for some vintage lace or leftover lace in the material section. Oh, and did I mention this project can be done in about 15 min? That's right, let the sewing begin! 

Skill Level: Easy 

Sewing Machine
Measuring tape
Scissors or rotary cutter


Step 1: To start this project you may want to rummage through your closet or fabric piles (you will be surprised what you have lying around, I know I was) all you will need is about 1 and 1/2 yards of fabric that is about 10 inches wide.

Step 2: Once you have found your fabric- cut to desired length (my measurements were 72" x 10") - I had enough fabric to make two loops but you can make yours longer if you want more loops.

Step 3: Now that your fabric is cut you can begin sewing the edges with a zigzag stitch. If your lace is made of a material that does not fray, like nylon or spandex- you can skip this step to make for less sewing or you can do it to have a finished edge on both sides.

Step 4: Once your edges are sewn you will want to sew the ends of the lace together using a simple straight stitch- this creates the infamous infinity scarf. Now fold your lace over width wise and make a couple loops lengthwise and that’s all there is to it! Now it’s time to wear your super cute (and Super Thrifty) Lacy Infinity Scarf made in minutes!


About The Author

Jenny Newman is a devoted wife and mother who enjoys creating new projects, patterns, and activities and crafting meaningful home-made treasures.  Her signature crafting style is simple, affordable and fun!  We hope you enjoy Jenny's crafts and patterns as much as we do.