I love this thing.
So, I saw all these people wearing these 'infinity scarves' and I just loved them. And I thought it would be the perfect project for November, since it's getting frosty outside. So I went to the fabric store and found some fun flannel. Yes, flannel can be fun, if you have no other excitement in your life that is.
I got two yards for this scarf, which is plenty. I cut the flannel into a strip 18" wide by two yards long. Once that was done, I pinned up the long end, right sides together.
Next, I sewed up the long end. I love sewing straight lines. Use whatever seam allowance you like because you're awesome and know what you're doing.
Once that was done, I turned it right side out. Now most people would stitch up part of the ends before flipping but I hate having to pull fabric through tiny holes. Since this is an infinity scarf, having a seam would not be such a big deal. I pulled it right-side-out and sewed the ends together. This whole thing took about 30 minutes.
I made a scarf! And it's infinity! Infinity times infinity, even! Oh, that fall were all year round so I could make a hundred of these. :)