It was a last minute plan that came together thanks to the great free tutorial at Pink Chalk Fabrics. I have a small stash of AMH voiles on hand, so I was able to sew up this infinity scarf in no time!
I mentioned on IG that the scarf is draped on one of my precious wooden hangers, handmade by my great-grandad Sparks. He lived in a little cottage beside my paternal grandparent's home in a small town outside Montreal (Saraguay) that has since been incorporated into the city. He had a sunporch with a workbench at the back of the cottage where he planed wood and bent metal and glued up coat hangers. I don't know if he sold them, or just made them for family, but I am lucky enough to have a few. Sadly, the family home and cottage are long gone now, replaced with a housing development years ago. I have a few memories of the swing that hung between the house and the cottage, and my great-granddad's big hairy dog Buster that would sleep against the picket fence gate. Mostly I remember the smell of the sunporch, which was sawdust and toast....but I digress.
Back to the infinity scarf. The pattern is super easy and there are only a few inches of hand-sewing required. I highly recommend it for a quick gift!