5. Infinity Scarf
This project took a bit more time and effort, but I absolutely love the results!
First, cut the body out of two sweaters, just below where the sleeves attach. Make sure they are the same size, trim if not.
Turn inside out, fold over the cut edge and sew a straight stitch 1/2 ” over and a zigzag stitch to seal.
Next, cut the sweater loops into 4 identical panels – trim them to be the same size.
Sew the panels together, end to end, alternating one sweater with the other – making sure to sew right sides together.
You can leave the sweater open for a traditional scarf, or sew it into one long loop for a great winter infinity scarf.
One more fun way to wear this scarf – a hooded scarf!
I hope you enjoyed these sweater upcycling ideas! Now it’s time to go through your closets and see what new creations you can come up with from what’s buried, deep in the back. Happy upcycling!
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