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Thread: No sew scarf in 5 mins

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    Super Member carolaug's Avatar
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    I bought 1/2 yard of fleece and decided to make a few scarfs. I made 4 scarfs - total cost $5.60 (price was higher due to the pattern) - I tried to sew the edges, but I did not like the looks if it. (satin stitch) - I will stick with the No sew when doing the fleece scarfs.
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    Very cute! You can even cut some fringe if you want.

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    cute :)

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    Since fleece doesn't ravel, you can cut a fringe on the ends. Just make cuts across the ends, trying to make each cut the same length.

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    I made some for Christmas a few years ago and put fringe on the ends

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    Great Idea...I will make one with fringe and one without. I was able to make 4 of them with 1/2 yard.

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    nice and simple-looks great

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    I made one for my niece for Christmas last year. Used a print fleece and a solid - turned inside out to hide seam, sewed from side to side and made fringe :)

    Great Christmas gifts. I tried making gloves but couldn't get them to turn out right :(

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    Nice. :thumbup: I've done a blanket stitch by hand on some of mine.

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    Now that is also a good idea...they have a cutter that makes the holes.
    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltgranny
    Nice. :thumbup: I've done a blanket stitch by hand on some of mine.

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