Today I made a fleece pull thru scarf with fringed ends. I found the inspiration for this scarf at diystyle. My scarf is longer and has fringe embellishment, but the basic idea is the same. This is a super easy scarf to make, and there are so many possibilities for different looks.What you will need:
1/2 yard fleece fabric
1/2 yard fringe
Thread to match
My directions are going to be slightly different than for the diystyle scarf. On their site they used 1/4 yard of a solid color fleece and 1/4 yard of a print for the scarf, so that each side was different. I decided to make mine all one color, so I needed 1/2 yard of fabric. The diystyle directions were for a scarf 40 inches x 8 inches, but since I wanted a longer scarf, here's the way I made mine:
Then with the right sides together, I pinned the fringe inside the two pieces, then stitched around the outer edge with a 1/2 inch seam. Leave about a 4 inch opening to turn. Press, and stitch the opening closed by hand.