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Monday, 19 January 2015

Infinity x 2...

I made my second Priory Square voile infinity scarf on Friday whilst the boiler men did their thing.  I couldn't waste the whole morning making tea and giving advice, so I settled for some long straight seams and a cosy finish!


I backed the voile with a wide width of navy jersey that I picked up from the village fabric shop when it first opened back in October; £2.50, according to the price tag, well spent!

Having rather a lot of infinity scarves, a couple of voile/velveteen, many voile on voile, this new weight is possibly my new favourite, a dangerous discovery; never has the hashtag #needmorenecks been so true!

I did nothing special to pander to the demands of the jersey, and it stitched up really nicely; I stitched with the voile side down and walking foot, if that made a difference.

So a second FAL finish already, woo hoo.  I am also on the road to a third, which I am hoping will be a Wednesday reveal, can't beat a bit of cold weather stitchery xxx

14 comments:

  1. I love this fabric and if it is voile, it must be amazingly soft!!!

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  2. Love this scarf. What measurements do you cut your fabric to?

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  3. I love a good infinity scarf. I must get some Priority Square.

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  4. Awesome!!! Love the fabric you chose.

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  5. Great fabric choices! Nice combo of fabrics too, light but cosy :)

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  6. Gorgeous, I have a thing for infinity scarves myself as they hide my ageing neck!

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  7. Thanks for the sewing tips on sewing with voile and jersey. I myself DO need some new scarves. Yours is quite lovely! I'm going to try one for myself, and soon!

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  8. Love it! Jersey, hmmm. A new fabric to shop for! :-)

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  9. lovely infinity scarf. And ....... a village fabric scar ............... some of us can only dream about both a village and a local fabric shop...........

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  10. Wowee! My neck needs this! Any chance of a very brief tutorial? Or some measurements? Xx

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