Since I plan on riding my bike to work throughout the winter I decided I would need something to keep my neck warm that wouldn't fall off or get all tangled up. This doubles as an ear-warming headband when my neck gets too hot; all you need to do is fold it to the desired width.

Making the neck warmer only requires a minimal amount of fleece scraps and sewing time for a practical and nice-looking product.Since it was so quick and simple to make, I made a few for my family on my flight home this Christmas!

Step 1: Materials

  1. Fleece
  2. Needle
  3. Embroidery thread
  4. Scissors
  5. Pins
You may also choose to make this using an overlapping stitch on a sewing machine, in which case you don't  need the thread and needle.
The needle was easy - I just stuck it in the fabric. I didn't actually take scissors though, I used keys to cut the thread instead.
How did you get the needle and scissors past the TSA? I do like the scalloped insert design though.
So cute, and I imagine, very soft!

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