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    I did this last year for my girls squad. I made 10 of them for less than $20 and the kids still use them and love them.

    I am considering making them again in our new team colors.

    One thing I learned was to use one of those fleece rulers to get exact 1" cuts.

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    pictures of scarf with slit please...this one doesn't require sewing right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sc-sunshine
    pictures of scarf with slit please...this one doesn't require sewing right.
    The ones I made with the slits had two colors one on front and one on back and I sewed 1 seam down the middle of them to hold them together.

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    The ones on the ski "rack" that I saw were like a tube with an opening on one of the sides to pull the other side through it.. You could then adjust it to fit your neck or how loose you wanted it to be. These were NoT WOF. They were more like a fluffy collar to be tucked inside your coat or to be worn outside your coat over the collar. I did not buy one as I do not like stuff around my short, chubby neck.(Gold necklaces are an exception.)

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    great idea

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    The maker/sales gal was doing a booming business at the restaurant... I am sure she was pleased.. she had animal prints/ and plain fabrics//she used fleece and fun -fur type fabrics...they looked nice but not for me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gramabiese
    Hope these help. I use a piece of fleece 11 inches by 19 inches and the 19 has to be on the stretch, when you pull on the fleece it will stretch more one way than the other.

    fold in half and stitch the end together.

    turn right side out and it is finished. You can ether leave the edges alone, wavy cut them, or hem them, I found if I hem them they like them better but be sure to use a stitch that will stretch.

    Again Hope this helps.
    Would you mind posting a photo of a finished one? I am getting lost somewhere here. Thanks.

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    This sounds like a good project for gifts but I would love to see the finished product. Please

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    how much was she charging for each scarf?

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    She was asking $16.00 and people were amazed at the low price...

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    Interesting, thanks

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    Hmmmm sounds like an interesting gift idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckydo
    can you post a picture of those? I am not picturing the tube in my mind
    Check out Debbie Colgrove at About.com. She has lots of ideas. This scarf was one.

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    Thanks for the tute!!!

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    Please post a picture. I would love to see.

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    I am a visual person too and would like to see. Thank you Datlette

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    This is flannel but it is a scarf pulled through a slit so maybe it'll help. I want to make myself one of these.

    eta the link :roll:
    http://www.momtastic.com/home-and-li...-flannel-scarf

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    Boy oh boy I could have used one of those today! It was cold out and the wind was blowing and my ears nearly froze right off my head! I think I would like to keep one in the car for days like today..

    Also read the entry with the longer version.. Wow, you guys are so smart! I have fleece, I'll be making one of these before I leave the house again!

    Thanks!

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    glad i am not the only one that is waiting for a pic! i think i understand how it is made but would be more confident if saw pic first.

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    I need a pic too!

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    Thanks for the link...this will be a last minute stocking stuffer for the GS

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    Sounds interesting. With this cold snap...we all can use one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaRanda
    Sounds beautiful. Picture please? Thanks! :)
    Made 78 this afternoon from a $5 Walmart throw. I used a stretch stitch on the long edges. And a hand vac after sewing to get rid of the fuzz flying around me and the sewing room and the scarves.

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    The ones I saw on the "ski rack" were not over the neck kind but wrap around the neck with one side flapped over the other and pulled through the cut opening in the bottom half. Sort of like the awareness ribbons we see for troop welcome, breast cancer etc. . Both kinds(tube and wrap look nice & warm but are not for me.)

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    The tube type is a neck gator LLBean and Lands End carry them, I got them from them years ago when my sons used to ski.

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