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No-Sew Fleece Scarf
No-Sew Fleece Scarf
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In the Designer's Words: "If you love fleece as much as I do, you’ll want to make yourself a warm, cuddly scarf for cold days with this super easy no sew fleece scarf tutorial with fringe. They make great gifts too!"
Take ten minutes today to make something to keep your neck warm all season long. This No-Sew Fleece Scarf is extremely easy to make and is a great winter craft for kids. Fleece and yarn are the only materials you'll need. You can sit in front of the fire with your youngster and learn how to make a scarf together. Go to the craft store with your child ahead of time and let her choose the colored fabric she likes to make it extra special. You could also make these DIY fleece scarves at your next get-together with friends.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsFabric, Yarn

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft



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I am not sure if I will add the fringes for the boys, but I chose nice gray color for my son. He thinks fringes are girls treat-) and will not have it on his scarf. But all the idea is really good,since I didn't have time to crochet one this month. I did make one in pink for my friends daughter and the fringes were dark red. She really liked it.

Great project! I like to make my kids scarfs in bright colors.

not only soft and cosy, but great activity for a snow day with three bored girls. Colourful pieces of fleece intended for dog beds became scarves -- even the six-year-old could manage this scarf with a little help with the fringe - we drew a line with pencil and ruler and helped her with one end, the other end she managed herself with just the line -- their scarves were such successes that they made others as gifts for next Christmas. Super idea. Thank you

This looks so soft and cozy! Way better than scratchy yarn.


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