I had the brilliant idea a year or two ago to make infinity scarves as Christmas gifts. And I tried it out on one scarf, and that's where I left the idea. (Too many ideas, not enough time.) So this year, I decided to revisit it. And I actually made a few already!
This is a woven cotton shirting - I think - that I found at HF. For something that's not flannel or fleece, it's still fairly soft. I chose it mainly for the color/print, which is perfect for one of the recipients. This made 3 scarves, so a total win.
This fabric is one of the Plaiditude collection at JAF. It's a brushed cotton, and it's soooo soft! I wish they had enough left of the other colorways that I liked, because I would buy it all! This one made 2 scarves.
With each of these, I used scissors instead of my rotary cutter, and I carefully followed the lines of the plaid to cut them. Normally I'd be all about the rotary cutter and ruler, but my obsession over matching the stripes took over.
I really think the recipients will like these.