About two(?) winters ago, there was a fleece scarf pattern making the rounds here. You used three different selections of fleece to make it. Anyone remember? Got the pattern?
I discovered I have three different selections of fleece still waiting for me to make that scarf. With as cold as this winter is so far, it might be time.
Would appreciate any help.
Does the word, 'cuddly', ring a bell? I have a template for the 'cuddly scarf' and was wondering if they went together. Nooooo, did not copy anything else past the curved template.
Was it a no-sew scarf?
Here is one that I found.
There was one scarf that you stack fleece together and sew a line down the center and then cut from the outer edge towards the sew line.You would do these about an inch apart all the way down both sides.
I've been making one where you use 1/2 yard of fleece...WOF...cut off selvedges. You fold it in half (WOF), right sides together and start sewing 4 inches from the end and sew it until you get 4 inches from the other end. Flip it back to the right side, top stitch down the side to where you stopped stitching on the inside,sewing across the fleece to close the ends. The extra fleece on the ends, you would use the scissors and cut strips about 1/4" wide to almost the stitch line. When you have those cut, pull each one and they will curl up. Men like these too.
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