DIY: Tube Scarf
Tube scarf is such an awful name. So is snood. I hate both. They sound awkward, clunky, and incredibly not feminine. Unfortunately, that is what this is. This is not an infinity scarf. This is a tube scarf. Regardless of it’s name, it is cozy, easy, and warm.
2 yards of flannel
Step 1: measure & cut. Cut four rectangles that measure 18″ x 25″. You can do shorter in length if you wish, I wouldn’t go longer than 25″ though. If you choose to shorten it, shorten the 25″ side.
Step 2: sew & sew. Sew two of the four pieces together. Face to face, sewing all four sides, minus several inches on the 4th side. I recommend leaving one of the longer edges as the one to invert the fabric through. Repeat this process on the other two pieces.
Step 3: invert. Once you have your rectangles sewn, invert them so your seams are no longer visible. Lay them on top of each other, lined up as best as possible. Tuck in the edges where you inverted the fabric.
Step 4: sew long edges. With the two sections laying on top of each other sew along the long edges. Be sure to seal up the edges where the fabric was inverted and do several reverse stitches on each end to make sure it stays together.
Step 5: turn right side out. All the sewing is done! Now just flip it right side out, so the edges you just sewed will be against your neck.
Step 6: put it on. That’s it! You did it! Super simple and fast. And it is also crazy warm!
*Disclaimer: I know how dirty my mirror is and I still think mirror selfies were my best option for modeling. I am aware of ridiculous this looks. Thank you… I’ll go clean it now.