Not everyone is crafty or able to sew. And that’s okay. With this DIY no sew fleece scarf there’s absolutely no craftiness involved. Easy to make and a project that kids can do!
No Sew Fleece Scarf That Kids Can Even Make
Recently my daughter made tied fleece blankets with her Girl Scout troop. It was the perfect activity that the girls could do during their virtual meeting. Two blankets per girl so that each girl could keep one blanket and then donated the other to a local shelter. It reminded me just how easy it is to create no sew projects with fleece!
Making a no sew fleece scarf is so easy to do. Economical, too! With just 2 yards of fleece fabric you can create so many scarves. Approximately 5 or 6 depending on the width you’d like to make them. The cost for all? About $15 if you buy fleece on sale at Hobby Lobby. A fun craft and great DIY gift idea!
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DIY No Sew Fleece Scarf
What you’ll need to make this no sew fleece scarf:
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What you’ll do to make this no sew fleece scarf:
Step 1 – Remove the selvage edge.
I think that it’s easiest to cut in a straight line if the fleece has a checked or stripe pattern. The lines are already there for me to cut evenly!
Step 2 – Cut the scarf out to your desired width and length. Most scarves are 60 to 70 inches in length for an adult. When making a child’s scarf it’s easiest to measure based on the child’s individual height. The width is also a personal preference as you may want to fold the scarf for extra warmth or not.
Again type of pattern on the fleece can make this process a whole lot easier!
Step 3 – Now that your scarf is cut out, you can cut the fringe at each end. About a half inch width is a good size.
You can leave the fringe simply cut like this OR…
Step 4 – Tie a knot at the top of each fringe piece if you desire that look.
The tied fleece scarf is just like the tied fleece blanket!
It’s that easy to make a cozy winter scarf! This no sew fleece scarf is perfect for the entire family. Let me know what you think of it HERE.
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