An infinity scarf made of cotton jersey is significantly different than one made with rayon tissue jersey. The cotton jersey rolls at the edges.
I tried pressing it on low heat, hoping to reduce the amount of rolling, without scorching the lycra. But it didn’t work. So I just serged the one seam slowly and tried to push out the rolled edge under the presser foot.
The cotton jersey also shrank a lot from selvedge to selvedge. It ended up being a much shorter infinity scarf loop than the rayon jersey. The cotton is also stiffer, and will stay up as a hood. Since it is shorter, it looks good simply place on the neck, or looped once. The rayon jersey, I can wrap around my neck three times and wear like a soft turtleneck.
This will affect my fabric choices for Summer sewing. I think the cotton will be better for tank tops. And the rayon will look better for draped cardigans. Also, I will need to order extra fabric for any planned sewing with cotton jersey because it shrinks so much.
I ordered four Kwik Sew patterns from sewingpatterns.com, and have not received them, or any kind of status email. That is disappointing. But I think they will arrive eventually. I Promise not to bore you to death with the same two patterns ad infinitum.
Also on my to sew wish list are fleece toddler pants.