More Infinity Scarves
Holy scarves! I made a huge pile of infinity scarfs this past month! After sharing my Pop Pop infinity scarf friends and family wanted to get their hands on their own. I guess this is one good thing that comes out of such a long, cold winter. For these scarves I used Spoonflower's Performance Knit which is about 56" wide. I used two full yards of fabric for each scarf, one of my own design, and one yard of a solid colored accent fabric. These scarves are rather large with a finished circumference of about 112", but are perfect for double, triple, and even quadruple looping while keeping warm and stylish.
First up is the LOTV Sprawl (coral on navy) scarf. This went home with my friend/coworker who is a serious scarf enthusiast. I paired this pink and navy print with a silver accent to add a subtle flare and to make the coral lily of the valley shine.
Poppy Spin (peach on gray) is up next. I used a peach accent to keep this print looking soft and light. This little beaut went to my lovely mother, and she looks beautiful in it.
The next scarf went to my awesome aunt up in Boston, to keep her warm while she commutes. The Pop Pop (coral on black) paired with the silver accent really keeps the poppies popping.
This bright Pine Cone (dawn) scarf with a white accent went to a friend in the Pacific Northwest. She assures me the warmth will be appreciated throughout the year.
Last, but certainly not least, is the Large Lilies (shade) scarf. The sea foam green accent against this pattern quickly became a favorite, and I was very glad to make two of them. One for my cousin and one form my grandmother.