Fringed Fleece Scarf

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Introduction: Fringed Fleece Scarf

Here is a great inexpensive way to make a great scarf for your kids or make them as gifts for others!

Step 1: Cuting the Fabric

You will need to cut 3 pieces of fleece ( one solid colored and two patterned) measuring 50 inches long by 6 inches wide.

**These pieces are cut from leftover fabric I had from another project.

Step 2: Layer the Fleece

Next you will need to layer the fleece on top of each other like a sandwhich. The patterned fleece on the top and bottom and the solid color in the middle.

Step 3: Sewing the Fleece

Next you will need to sew the layered fleece together down the center using a straight stitch.

Step 4: Begin to Fringe!

Now you are ready to start cutting your fringe. Cut the scarf on both side about 1 inch apart, making sure you don't cut your center seam!

Once you have cut all the way to the end, pick up your scarf and shake it out.

Step 5: Done!

Now your scarf is finished and you are ready for the cold winter days!

**You can adjust the length and width to fit your kids or friends. Enjoy!

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    This was SO easy!! Especially if you get fleece that has a basic square kind of design to it.

    What an excellent project to do with beginner sewers as well!! And your model is adorable.........

    That is soooooo cool!! Iam going to make one for my grand baby :) I always get me fleece from www.allpolarfleecefabrics.com  The colors the have will work perfect! Thanks :)

    Cute and easy to make, I like it!