BIY, infinity scarf, yarn

BIY – Infinity Scarf

As an avid crafter, there is no shortage of craft ideas in my hopper to try next (hard to imagine life before Pinterest).

I have come to the realization, just because I treasure handmade, it doesn’t mean I have to make everything. My craft room is only so big!

I’m suggesting that, rather than DIY, let’s promote BIY (buy-it-yourself) once in awhile. Save yourself the time and shopping cart full of materials for one single project – that, let’s be honest – may or may not ever get made, and support other crafters. It’s a win-win!

Today’s item is the fabulous, trendy infinity scarf. Here are some amazing crafters that would love to share their handiwork with you:

The Borrow scarf from Deroucheau on Etsy looks snuggly and stylish for $75.

The Borrow Scarf
The Borrow Scarf

This Chunky Infinity scarf from Plexida is $58.87 and is even sent in gift wrap – what a perfect Christmas gift idea!

Chunky Infinity Scarf
Chunky Infinity Scarf

The Infinity Scarf Loop Cowl found on MicheleMade is a steal at only $25. You can even pick your color options!

Infinity Scarf Loop Cowl
Infinity Scarf Loop Cowl

They’re not just for women, either! This purple man scarf from Necklush is priced at $95 and is perfect for wearing all year long.

Purple Man Scarf
Purple Man Scarf

Still want to make your own? Well, OK. Here’s fun how-to guide for ya from Handimania:

Infinity Scarf

Handimania

Thanks for supporting handmade, and happy crafting!

xoxo

Genevieve

2 thoughts on “BIY – Infinity Scarf”

  1. I purchased an iron on 8×10 Maleficent from you. I’ve followed the instruction but it doesn’t stick to anything. I’ve never worked with iron on things so clearly I’m doing something wrong.
    Thanks,

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    1. Thank you for your message! These aren’t iron-on panels, they are 100% cotton for use with sewing into other materials/projects. I do have iron-on options available with requests, but the listings themselves are fabric. The instructions included were to insure the colorfastness of the fabric, but it won’t stick to anything on its own. Hope this helps! Thanks again, and happy crafting!

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