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Tutorial: How to make a Kids Fleece Fringe Scarf

 Kids Fleece Fringe Scarf

I see ladies and kids wearing these Fleece Scarfs everywhere! At the super market, at the park, but mostly at our drill and football practice and games. 

Fleece Scarfs are easy to make and look super cute to wear. 

All you need...
  • 1/4 yard of each color of Fleece you want to use. I used orange and blue to match my daughters drill team, the Gators.
  • Scissors
  • A sewing machine
How to make a Fringe Fleece Kids Scarf....
  • 1: Cut 4-6 strips of Fleece Fabric into 3" by 60". (4-6 strips- depending how fluffy you want it to be. I only used 4 strips for this scarf)
  • 2: Stack your stips. (My Strips are stacked Orange, Blue, Orange, Blue)
  • 3: Sew down the middle of your strips.
  • 4: Cut 1" Strips all the way around your scarf. Make sure do not cut over your sewing job or you will cut your scarf in half.
  • 5: wear your cute scarf or give as a gift.
Madison, with her new Fleece Fringe Scarf for drill :D

Learn how to make a matching Knotted Fleece Blanket here.

If you have any fleece crafts send an email to TutuFairy@sbcglobal.net. I would love to feature your idea!

10 comments:

  1. I will be featuring this on Random Crafty Georgia Girl during Christmas Gift Marathon stating in December. I will let you know when I post it!

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  2. Thank you, Kathia :D

    Cate, I can not wait! Thank you :)

    Raychel

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  3. hi,
    new follower from fun friday follow...follow back...thanks

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  4. Stopping by from Fun Follow Friday! Im now following you!I love the scarf idea, thanks. Have a great weekend!

    -Mel
    http://adventuresofmelandthekids.blogspot.com/

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  5. Love this! I'm glad I found you via Fun Follow Friday!

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  6. Very Cute! Following along from the Friday Folow. Would love it if you could come follow me back! I am in the midst of my Green Holiday Giving event and have TONS of ecofriendly giveaways going on. Have a great weekend!

    Diane
    www.turning-the-clock-back.blogspot.com

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  9. I hope to make this over the Christmas break. Happy Holidays!

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