This may go down in history as one of my favorite projects. I was inspired by the fur infinity scarf that Joie clothing put out a few months ago, but as time went on this project changed and evolved into a fur cuff that can be snapped in place or also worn open and hanging down if desired. I love how it turned out, and it was surprisingly simple. This is another easy project for beginners who want to use their sewing machines but aren't super familiar with them. And of course, it's a fantastic last minute gift! I wanted something that was slim enough to fit under my coat and tightly against my neck without having to wrap it or put it over my hair. I like scarves that don't interfere with my hair! I also needed it to pack a huge warm punch, and this answered all of my needs! I purchased the fabric from Hobby Lobby and paid $8 for the 3/8ths of a yard length.
Now you can choose how you want to attach your scarf. You can sew in two pieces of ribbon (this is best done at the beginning) and tie it. You can use a snap like I did or you can even use velcro if you're feeling super lazy. I sewed a snap on for mine. If you really, really want to you can even attach the cuff using a pretty broach or a safety pin.
I hope you have the greatest weekend! All the best, and as always, thanks for reading!