Stitch Up a Cozy Fleece Scarf

Marie
Posted by Marie on March 16, 2011

Stay warm this winter with a cozy handmade fleece scarf. It’s a quick and easy project to make and wear ready for the snowy season.

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Supplies for Fringe Fleece Scarf:

  • 1/4 yard of fleece (any color)
  • scissors
  • sewing machine or needle & thread

 

First, cut your fleece into long strips. My strips are about 4-5 inches wide and 5 feet long. You’ll want to cut it shorter for a child size scarf, about 3-4 feet long.

Layer 2 or 3 fleece strips on top of each other. It’s more fun if these are each a different color of fleece. Then sew down the middle, just one straight line. This is best done with a sewing machine, but you could simply use a needle and thread if you’re without a machine.

Cut 1 inch wide slits up each side of the sewn fleece strips. You want to get pretty close to the middle, but DO NOT CUT through the sewn line.

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Now fluff and twist it up and it’s ready to wear to keep cozy and warm.

 
 
 

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