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Fringe Fleece Winter Scarf

We made a few more Fringe Fleece Scarves, but with Christmas colors this time. I layered a green, white, and red strip of fleece, sewed them all up together in a line, then made small 1×2 inch cuts up both sides. Our necks will be all snuggly and warm this winter season.

Fringe Fleece Winter ScarfClick here for tutorial details: Fringe Fleece Winter Scarf

16 comments

    1. I bought one at my sons high school football game and they were selling for 10 dollars. They are really cute in the school colors and a lot of fun to wear to games!

  1. MARIE I LOVE YOUR WEB SIGHT. I JUST MADE 2 FLEECE SCARVES WITH THREE COLORS I AM IN THE PROCESS OF CUTTING FRINGE. I DID ONE SIDE, NOW I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO FLUFF IT LIKE THE ONE YOU DID WITH CHRISTMAS COLORS. I HAVE TO CUT THE OTHER SIDE OF ONE SCARF THEN I AM READY TO FLUFF. THANKS SO MUCH. CHERYL

  2. Thia is such a wonderful item.. I was doing the tie knots ..and let me tell you this is soooo much easier. I cut my time in almost half, by doing these scarfs.. thank you soo much for sharing your site.. I asked all my Nieces and Nephews what color their jackets were,and gave them a scarf to match it for christmas.. they love them! thank you once again for sharing.. I have made them for myself as well.. NOW EVERYONE WANT ONE NOW ! =)

  3. These are great for fundraising also. I know the local high school cheerleaders made and sold these at the games. I’m going to see a friend’s son play in a college game and I’m making these for all of us!

  4. So my neighbor came over and asked me to help her make these scarfs and they are alot of fun and they came out great. They will be used this fall at the football teams that there son plays on cant wait to see how they sell.

  5. Thank you so much for this idea! My daughter’s Girl Scout Troop is collecting scarves for a local charity. We have lots of fleece. I love using what we have! I’m betting my daughter is going to want one too!

  6. Thanks for sharing: I made this! I used a patterned fleece, and it came out looking great. I did buy a whole yard, and its a good thing I did because this fabric was only 5′ long. I am not a seamstress, I have only used the machine briefly once before, but this was so easy. And it didn’t really matter if the seam was straight. What an easy gift to give for Christmas!

  7. HollieB – Sorry if this is confusing. For the fleece, when you buy fabric from a shop, it comes as a folded piece off the bolt. And they usually won’t cut any less than 1/4 yard, so that’s why I mention to get that much. It will get you at least two 5 inch x 5 feet strips.

    I hope this helps. Let me know if you have other questions.

  8. I have a question – you say I need 1/4 yard of fleece, and the scarf is 4-5 ft long.. how does that work? When I buy by the bolt, do I get 1/4 and then unfold it? KWIM??
    Can’t wait to try it!!

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