Can’t sew? Not sure how to knit? No problem! This no-sew DIY scarf is made out of fleece and comes together in 2 minutes and only requires a few cuts with scissors! Make a bunch for yourself and friends!
I love scarves! They are so much fun and add color and style to any outfit. My kids have always worn scarves. They are so easy to make and require hardly any fabric so it just made sense to make them vs. buy them. I can’t for the life of me knit or crochet, nor do I have the desire, which is probably why I haven’t learned how! I just don’t have the patience for that, but I have friends who can do that and don’t know how I have the patience for sewing. So it all works out!
But I can cut…and that is all you need to be able to know how to do to make this fun little DIY scarf.
I cut a strip of fleece 5″x48″ and cut the bottoms up 4″ to create fringe. That was it!
A 2-minute scarf for about .25. Can’t beat that! We made several more to go with her winter coats. These make great gifts, too!
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