DIY Sparkling Infinity Scarf Refashion – Scarf Week Day 5

This DIY Sparkling Infinity Scarf Refashion is a great way to save money and have a new scarf to show off! This tutorial shows one way to do it!!!

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DIY Sparkling Infinity Scarf Refashion – Scarf Week Day 5

Does it happen to you that you get bored with things in your closet? It does, right? When we have things for too long it’s just like… you again???

It happens to me quite often hahaha. That’s why I love refashioning! I also do it often LOL.

Making things look like new is a great and cheap way to say bye to this boredom. My sparkling infinity scarf refashions made me fall in love with this old scarf all over again!

I had bought this scarf like 2 years ago, and being honest I didn’t even remember I had it until I went to my Scarves drawer to see what to revamp for today’s theme. This Scarf Week has made me gain quite some new scarves!!! LOL.

Let’s face it, it’s easy to get bored of things when they are the only one of it’s kind in the closet and every time you need to use that color you only have that particular thing. Like me, I only had that one blue scarf, every time I needed to use blue, I said: “You again?… let’s go!”

It’s amazing how a few rhinestones and a nice brooch made it shine and lovely again!. I love it so much!


This is a super easy and fun craft and refashion. You only need a few supplies and your creativity!

Infinity Scarf refashion Supplies:

  • Fabric glue.
  • Rhinestones.
  • Pliers {like tweezers}.
  • A cute brooch
  • Iron your scarf.

How to Refashion an Infinity Scarf

In this case, my scarf has pattern so I decided to place rhinestones on each of these little knots.


Apply one dot of glue on each spot you want to make shine.


With your pliers place rhinestones on glue drops and press it down. At first the glue will cover a bit the rhinestone but once it dries you won’t see it.


Keep going until you think it’s enough and let it dry for 24 hours and don’t wash it before 72 hours {At least that’s what my glue says}.


Then it’s time to have fun with the Scarf.

I have to ways to use it. 2 loops and 3 loops {because the size allows me LOL}.

Infinity Scarf 2 Loops!


Make sure the edges are hidden and make a loop.


Decide what part is going to the back of your neck and ruffle both loops of one side and insert brooch pin.


There you go!!! So pretty and decorative!


Infinity Scarf 3 Loops!


Again make sure the edges are hidden and make one first loop. To explain I’m doing it on the floor but do this with the scarf on your neck LOL.


Adjust it a bit to your neck and make the second loop and you will have like 3 layers.


Make it comfortable and in a way that you can see the 3 layers. In the middle layer on one side, insert the brooch.


That’s it!!!!


It may seem like not much but the sparkles make it popup and also the brooch adds a nice touch.

I’m super happy and excited with my scarves!!! Yayyyy!!! But also sad because this is the last day of Scarf Week =(!!!!  Hope you like this Scarf and all the previous ones!


Here you have a list of the Rest of the Scarves I made for the Scarf Week!!!





What do you think???? Have you refashioned your scarves yet? What would you have done with this scarf? Tell me all about it in comments!

Want More Scarf Week Inspiration?

The scarf refashion fun has only just begun!  Be sure to chomp those shark scarf teeth into each of these inspirational D.I.Y. projects hitting the blog-o-sphere today.

13 Creative Scarf Refashions: Learn how to transform a scarf into everything from home decor to bags to camera straps...and how to use an item you already have to create a scarf! Oh the upcycling possibilities.  Just 1 of 5 themed days during Scarf Week 2015!

Click the images above or links below to check ’em out.

1.  From Childhood Memorabilia to Wall Art by It Was Weekend

2.  A Vintage Boho Reading Nook: The Ceiling by The Gathered Home

3.  Pom Pom Tassel Bag Charm by Ciburbanity

4.  DIY Scarf Tray by Confessions of a Serial Do-It-Yourselfer

5.  How to Turn Your Scarf into a Vest by Burlap & Babies

6.  Turn a Vintage Scarf into a Lumbar Pillow by The Silly Pearl

7.  Inexpensive Framed Scarf Art by Crafty Bonds

8.  The Scarf: A Necessary Item in Every Child’s Dress-Up Box by Apron Strings & Other Things

9.  Upcycled Scarf Planter by Upcycled Treasures

10.  DIY Sparkling Infinity Scarf Refashion by The Crafting Nook

11.  PJ Pants to Scarf Upcycle by Southern State of Mind

12.  Furoshiki Book Bag by Tried & True

13.  DIY Scarf Camera Strap by The Thinking Closet

Scarf Week-at-a-Glance

Well, we’ve reached the grand finale of Scarf Week with today’s theme of Scarf Refashions, and grand it most certainly was!  If you’re just tuning in, this was just one of five inspirational themes from this week.  And you can check ’em all out by visiting our co-coordinators, Lauren from The Thinking Closet and Vanessa from Tried & True.  And you can also explore all of the creative projects we’ve been sharing on social media by checking out our hashtag, #ScarfWeek2015.


This week has just been wave after wave of amazing inspiration, no fish-bones about it!  Thanks for coming along for the ride.  It has been JAW-some.

Until next time…stay scarfy,

Til' next time...

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  1. I’m a cohost for Wake Up Wednesday. Thanks for sharing your awesome article. I am a beginner crocheter and crocheted a cowl last year. I was soooo proud. I plan to make another this year. I don’t crochet enough to get good at it. Between working, blogging and everything else, time is limited. Check out my work and let me know what you think:

    I have nominated you as featured blogger for next weeks party. CONGRATS!!!

  2. This makes me nostalgic for the Bedazzler of my youth! I would add rhinestones to my t-shirts and sweatshirts with it. Really, the more bling, the better! (That’s a philosophy I live by.) What a fantastic, do-able project in our Grand Finale of Scarf Week 2015. While I’m sad to see it end, it certainly went out with a bang thanks to you gals. Virtual hug comin’ your way, Cami. Off to pin this sparkling gem!