If you've been visiting this blog for any length of time, you'll know how I feel about Liberty of London's Tana Lawn. What I didn't mention when I shared my lap duvet a few months back is that I bought a half yard more fabric than I actually needed for the project so that I'd be able to make an infinity scarf.
With a dear friend's birthday on the immediate horizon, I decided that it was high time to follow through with my plan. I ended up pairing my precious Mauvey with some dotty chambray. The resulting scarf is lightweight, soft and drapey, making it a perfect layering piece for Spring/Summer or year round in my neck of the woods.
I didn't bother following a pattern for this project and just cut two 15" x WOF strips and serged them together. Total project time from sending fabric photos to Kelsey to finished was about an hour. It took more time to finish my text message conversation and cut the fabric than it did to dig out the serger and actually sew it all together.