August 09, 2013

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Easy infinity scarf tutorial for dolls

Need a quick, easy sewing project? This infinity scarf might be just the ticket. Only three seams and a scrap of fabric later, your doll could have a fun new fashion accessory for her wardrobe... P.S. Love the clothes? You can find them at Liberty Jane Clothing.

Probably the hardest part of this project is picking out which fabric to use -- as long as it's soft and drapey, the sky's the limit! A little bit of stretch doesn't hurt, either. I made two scarves -- a skinny one out of gray knit (I cut a strip off the bottom of an old t shirt) and a wider one out of a silky polyester blend.

Let's get started!

Cut a rectangle 26" long by 4.5" wide (or 3.5" wide, if you want a skinny scarf).

Fold your fabric into a tube, right sides together, and sew. Leave 2-3" open on both ends.

Turn the tube right side out, then take the two short ends and pin them together. Be sure you have the right sides together!

Press that seam open (at this point you should have a loop -- hooray!) Then, fold under the remaining raw edges and pin the opening closed. Topstitch to finish.

Now, all that's left is to start working the scarf into your doll's wardrobe... :D

--Melinda, for Pixie Faire


24 Comments

Cheri
Cheri

August 03, 2016

I bought a scarf at the dollar store and made 4 infinity scarves and a head scarf! Thanks for the info!

Sandy L
Sandy L

December 18, 2015

Love all the patterns . Will start sewing after first of the year. Health issues have stopped me for a while.
Sandy

Margaret I.
Margaret I.

December 18, 2015

Thanks so much for the simple ideas that the younger girls can do and be proud of…

Angie
Angie

December 12, 2015

This is so amazing scarf for dolls, thank you for sharing.

Sydney
Sydney

August 30, 2015

Love it it super cute for dolls

Gramma J.
Gramma J.

June 12, 2015

Great grand daughter saw scarf and wanted one. found your pattern . W cut out 6 and made them. Some will go to the Homeless shelter for Christmas .THANK YOU

Pauline Turner
Pauline Turner

April 27, 2015

Love this but how can I print the tutorial. I tried but won’t print.

Cyndy Larck
Cyndy Larck

February 28, 2015

Another possibility I just made. I had a left over of wide wired ribbon, pulled out the wire and used the fabric for the scarf and matching flip-flops! :)

Susy
Susy

January 03, 2015

Gee wiireklls, that’s such a great post!

Kim Pleasants
Kim Pleasants

December 28, 2014

thus is too cute. I’m glad you reposted

Rose
Rose

December 19, 2014

How long would you make it for a 4 year old?

Cyndy Larck
Cyndy Larck

November 07, 2014

Love this! the possibilities are endless.

Annette
Annette

November 07, 2014

Love this, simple, easy, elegant. TFS, Annette

Melody
Melody

May 06, 2014

Same concept works for a headband out of spandex or Lycra. Use a 12" X 2" rectangle.

Jasmine
Jasmine

April 10, 2014

Was just scrolling through the site for some cute little tutorials and came across this! I love infinity scarves, and many tutorials I’ve seen for these scarves are very tedious and long. Made one already, and came together in a snap! Love it!

JEANNE PACHECO
JEANNE PACHECO

March 24, 2014

I was referred to this site by a friend, I will be cutting those out today for our Spring Mother and Daughter Tea at Women’s Literary Union in Maine , where we have a Boutique for the 18" dolls. Simple and easy to make. Thanks.

Sue
Sue

September 01, 2013

I have been making a few for adults and was thinking these would be cute for the dolls as well. Thanks for the easy tutorial!

Barbara
Barbara

August 11, 2013

Just made one for my granddaughter’s doll. She will love it. Thanks.

Picaud
Picaud

August 11, 2013

What a great idea to add to a dress!

Darlene
Darlene

August 11, 2013

Great idea. I will be making a few for my dolls. Thank you for all the sweet turtorial a

callie
callie

August 10, 2013

love this idea it will look cool on my doll!!!!

sherry
sherry

August 10, 2013

My daughter and I were just talking about making some for her girls. Thanks for the pattern!

maureen
maureen

August 10, 2013

Adorable !!! Love it thank you

Karen Cotter
Karen Cotter

August 10, 2013

Can’t wait to make some, my dolls new some for some of there outfits. Thank You. Karen

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