Here are over a dozen different tutorials and patterns for fleece scarves, some are even made with no sewing required! Lots to choose from with many styles suitable for both grown-ups and kids. Also check out these hats  so you can make a set. Enjoy!
: This is an easy no-sew, no-knit hand-printed project.
With Deep Pockets : It is a simple design with deep pockets for your hands.
: I like the curled fringe on this project, it’s made by stretching each strand then letting it go sharply.
Neck Warmers : Two different projects offered including a neck warmer.
Easy Peasy Ruffles 
: Made with two pieces sewn down the middle while bunching the fabric.
Fringed : This one’s very easy to make.
: Machine embroidery or applique optional.
Simple : All you need is a 1/3 of a yard of fabric and a sewing machine.
Delicate Ruffled 
: No-sew version with ties up the middle that ruffle it. Also see this version 
Quilted : A simple sewing project using two pieces of coordinating fabric.
Easy No-Sew 
: Cut fringe on each end and pull through slits to finish off.
With Yarn Fringe : No-sew project made by pulling yarn through slits and tying in place.
: Cute project for little guys, features jingle bells sewn inside the tail and button eyes.
Jumbo Fringed : This one’s huge! Needs two yards to make it.
Tube Style 
: Made with a double layer “tube”, some simple sewing involved.
With Pockets : Has a pair of pockets on the ends that double as hand warmers.
Four Versions 
: Shows how to make this with four variations (ruffles, ric-rac, buttoned and scalloped).
Ruff ‘n Tumble : Patchwork top made with old t-shirts, lined with cuddly fleece.