How to Add Fringe to an Infinity Scarf for Toddler

How to Add Fringe to an Infinity Scarf for Toddler

If you want to add some fine touches on your kid’s scarf, there are a number of things that you can do achieve that. As an accessory, there are a couple of things that you can do make the scarf look cool. Adding fringe has been one of the popular ways especially with crocheted and knitted scarves. But this is more of an art than a science. That is why you need to learn a few skills to do it right.

There is a couple of things that you need to learn including the number of strands of yarns you need to each strand. You should also understand how many units you need for each side depending on the width of the infinity scarf for toddler. Here are tricks on how to add fringe to the infinity scarf for your kid:

Design the Fringe

The first thing you should start with is designing the fringe. This is not hard since there are no rules that guides you. From the length of the scarf to the number of strands that you make, it is for you to decide.  However, that can be determined by the width of the scarf. But for the kid, a 3 inch long and around 4 to 6 strands in each unit of fringe could be enough. But if you are working thinner yarn, things could be a little bit different.

Cutting the Yarn

Now that you have designed the fringe, the second thing should be cutting the right size of yarns. This is one of the trickiest parts of the adding fringes. The number of yarns should be as many as the number of strands that you wish to make. The size of the yarns is also an important factor to consider- it should be twice as long as the finished fringe.  That simply means if you are planning to make a 4 inches long strand, then you need 8 inches long yarns.

Attach the Fringe

With everything done, the last thing should be attaching the fringe to the infinity scarf for toddler. This is a straightforward bit. All you need is to hold the strands and divide them into to two for each edge of the scarf. Make a loop using the strand and poke that loop through the stitch where you want to attach the fringe. Pull the ends of the strands through the loop and you are done. Repeat for the rest of the strands, and you’ll have added a cute fringe on the kid’s infinity scarf.

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