Anyone who has been reading my blog for a while knows that I have what is probably an unhealthy love of scarves, shawls, and cowls. Well, I’m not interested in therapy anytime soon, so let’s make more!
I found a great video tutorial that I wanted to try and decided to copy the last cowl I bought. I had 2 yards of fabric to work with which gave me a really nice sized scarf with fabric left over. There are so many great fabric choices to go with, though fabric can get really pricey so watch yourself. You’ll need about 50-60 inches in length per cowl, scarf, infinity scarf, circle scarf – whatever you want to call them.
Materials for Easy Fabric Cowl
Fabric – I used a 100% cotton clothing fabric, 100% cotton flannel, and a cotton/polyester mix in varying lengths with good results
Thread that matches your fabric
Pins for hems
Scissors and a place to cut
Infinity Scarf Tutorial
I love how simple this video is to recreate. Now if I can just keep making them without blowing my fabric budget it’ll be great. I used the same tutorial to make cowls in two other fabrics, gradually decreasing the length of the unsewn edge to suit my needs. I’ve started to put them into my Etsy shop too!