Monday, January 3, 2011

Day 3 and the No Fuss Fleece Muffler

Absolutely the easiest thing you could possibly do. No prior skills necessary at all. You'll need a pair of scissors and 2 yards of fleece. Cut the fleece the long way to the width you'd like your scarf and you're DONE. You'll have enough fleece leftover for 2 or 3 more scarves depending on width. You can even cut slices in the two ends to make a fringe.

This would be an excellent project for an inexpensive group photo prop. Make one for every person in your family or class or wedding party and you've created coordination in no time flat.

With so many different colors and patterns of no-ravel fleece available, the hardest part of this project is picking out your fleece. Do try to use a fleece without a wrong side, since scarves are seen on both sides.


  1. This is brilliant! I am totally going to do this for gifts!

  2. Excellent idea for a group, an easy way of making it look cohesive. Love that shade too, by the way.

  3. This is such a fun project! I'm following from Etsy, follow back if you like what you see.


  4. Thanks Ladies! I did actually do this as a group project back in high school for my church choir. We went caroling and I'll be danged if we weren't matchingly festive! :D

    I'm following you too felicity. I love all the photos your blog is filled with!


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