Apparently, I am on a jersey/knit fabric project streak. I made doll diapers last time, and I have another project coming up.
I fell in love with this fabric, but I had no idea what to do with it. It was quite spendy, so I decided not to buy it. Then I found it in the clearance rack a few weeks later. I bought two yards and put it in a drawer. It's super soft.
I decided I needed to do something with it. I have always wanted an infinity scarf and my daughter has started wearing my clothes at 2 years, so I decided to make matching scarves. I also had enough scraps to make her a stretchy headband.
Super easy project. I simply cut lengthwise down the two yards of fabric...my scarf is 7 inches wide and my daughter is five. Her scarf is 12 or so inches shorter.
My daughter's scarf.
My scarf. (Please ignore the fact I look like hell. I do, after all, have a newborn at home)
The headband from the scrap material.
This was the look I first got when I asked her to be my model. Not. Impressed.