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Infinity cowl made from two different fabrics to create two different looks
This cowl was made from scraps so you can make yours wider or longer if you want but the minimum width you need is about 1/3 of a yard.

The cool part about this cowl is the two different fabrics you can use on either side. When you wear it you can have only one side showing or twist them to reveal both sides.

I'm using knit fabric but you could also make this with wovens. If you're sewing with knits be sure to use a zig zag stitch or a serger.

Posted by dixiediy from Austin, Texas, United States • Published See dixiediy's 7 projects »
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  • How to make a shawl. Doubled Sided Cowl - Step 1
    Step 1

    Cut a rectangle from each of your fabrics measuring 12" x 30". The grainline doesn't really matter in this case.

  • How to make a shawl. Doubled Sided Cowl - Step 2
    Step 2

    Pin the long sides right sides together and stitch. I used my serger with a 1/4" seam allowance.

  • How to make a shawl. Doubled Sided Cowl - Step 3
    Step 3

    Pin the shorter ends right sides together, matching the fabrics and stitch leaving about a 4" hole.

  • How to make a shawl. Doubled Sided Cowl - Step 4
    Step 4

    Turn the cowl right side out.

  • How to make a shawl. Doubled Sided Cowl - Step 5
    Step 5

    Slip stitch the hole closed by hand.

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Kitty S.
Kitty S.
I'm confused, is it half/half or one side each colour
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