Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Infinity Scarf From Regular Scarf

I have this really nice knitted scarf that I love to use, but it is a bit too long and I grew tired of all the "dangling" yarn.
With simple and quick ties, I transformed it into a lovely "infinity" scarf, so easy to use, chunky and a bit more modern, I think:)




After I tied the knots, I cut off the excess of yarn.


16 comments:

  1. Well, now, that's a GREAT idea! I have one of those long ones in blue, hmmm.....

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  2. Would never have thought of that -thanks so much - you just saved all my extra long scarves! Joining from A Little Bird Told Me - http://allthoseartsygirls.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hey, thank you, Dani! Glad that I saved your scarves!
      Will gladly follow you as well!
      Andrea

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  3. What a terrific solution to a very common problem! I'm pinning this one to my handy tips board so I won't forget when I pull out the winter clothes. Saw you at Southern Lovely link party. Thank you for sharing and inspiring!

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    1. Casandra, Thank you so much for this!!!!

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  4. Lovely! And so easy. You are one clever girl :)

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    1. yes, can not get easier than this! Funny thing is that I saw a scarf just like this one on ETSY today for 35 bucks, ouch!

      THANKS AGAIN!
      Andrea

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  5. Great idea - In Central NY we always need a warm scarf around our necks!

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  6. Great idea! It definitely looks more modern. In FL we don't wear scarfs very often, so when we have the rare frosty day or night we take advantage of it! Now to find the right scarf to convert...

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    1. Karen, I am sure you will find one to be transformed !!:)

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!!
      Andrea

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  7. Wonderful creation! We love having you at Whimsy Wednesday!
    Kelly,
    Smart! School {House}
    www.smartschoolhouse.com

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  8. Great and awesome work!Love the color! Thanks so much for sharing the great tutorial! I'd love for you to visit my blog.
    Happy week!

    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  9. Hi Ana!

    Thank you!!

    OFF to visit your blog right now!
    Thanks for visiting my blog!
    Andrea

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