Embrace Fall and Make a Scarf (No Sewing Required)

Photo by Cyndi Coon

That's right, the 80-degree days are around the bend, which, around here, means a few of us are more than eager to pull out the winter wear, boots and jackets.

So for a thrifty fall project to get you in the mood why not make a no-sew fleece scarf?


This is a simple and inexpensive afternoon project. You can purchase all your supplies at a local craft store and for about $10 you can have unique, and embellished scarf.


Materials:
- 1 yard of no-sew fleece fabric
- Several pieces of colored felt (9 x 12 sheet)
- E-6000 Glue
- Pin backs
- Scissors

Method:
1. Using your chosen pieces of colored felt cut up several different shapes in varying sizes.

Embrace Fall and Make a Scarf (No Sewing Required)
Photo: Cyndi Coon


2. Stack the shapes on top of one another.

Embrace Fall and Make a Scarf (No Sewing Required)
Photo: Cyndi Coon


3. Once you are happy with the layers, glue them together using E-6000 industrial glue.

Embrace Fall and Make a Scarf (No Sewing Required)


4. Flip to stacked shapes over to the back and attach a pin back, again with E-6000 glue.

Embrace Fall and Make a Scarf (No Sewing Required)
Photo: Cyndi Coon


5. Make several of these felt pins.
6. Allow glue to dry completely, overnight is best.
7. Cut your No-Sew fleece to around 6 inches by 1 yard (36 inches)

Embrace Fall and Make a Scarf (No Sewing Required)
Photo: Cyndi Coon

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8. Attached felt pins to fleece scarf.


Now sit in front of the fan and patiently wait until you can actually wear this outside. The cooler weather is coming.


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