This eternity scarf can be worn two ways; loose or doubled over to form a cozy cowl. I made this one from a cashmere sweater. The key to making this scarf is to cut up the sweater in a way that creates the least waste and requires the least amount of sewing to assemble the scarf.
Cut both sleeves off of the sweater.
Cut apart both shoulder seams and ONE side seam. Carefully trim off the ribbed band at the bottom of the sweater.
Mark a line from just under the armhole on each end of the cut-apart sweater. You may need to measure from the bottom up to make sure of an evenly sized piece.
Cut along the line you marked.
Fold the rectangular piece in half longways and right sides together. Sew up one long side to form a tube. Finish assembling in the same way as for the turband. You may include a twist (as shown in the turband instructions) or leave as a simple ring (as I did here) by omitting the twist in the middle.