1. For a fuller, even more cozy look and feel, double or even triple the amount of Knit Trim.
2. Use more colors! Instead of 2 yards of 2 colors, try using 2 yards of 3 or 4 colors. 3. You'll get a full, cozy and colorful infinity scarf!
Line up both pieces of knit fishnet so that the ends on one side align.
Prepare stretch ribbon by squeezing the end into a point. The holes in the knit trim are large enough that you are able to weave the ribbon in by hand.
Choose a side to begin with, and start weaving stretch ribbon through the holes of the soon-to-be scarf.
Continue to weave until you hit the other side. Make sure that you leave about 2 inches of stretch trim to spare on the beginning side.
Tie a knot at the finishing end by looping stretch ribbon and pulling through.
Pull on both sides of the stretch ribbon so that the knitted trim scrunches together.
Loop the shorter side of the stretch ribbon around the end of your scarf and either sew it down with about 5 stitches or use craft glue to make it stay (We recommend doing both).
Cut the remaining piece of stretch ribbon so that there are no hanging pieces. Now cut excess knit fishnet as shown. This will keep your scarf from feeling clunky.
Turn scarf inside out, wrap it around your neck, and enjoy the coziness!