25+ Fleece Scarf Patterns & Tutorials: {Free}

Soft, warm, cuddly…and super fuss-free when it comes to laundering! That’s the beauty of fleece scarves. They’re economical enough to buy ready-made, but if you’re looking for that perfect color, size or want ideas on how to personalize and customize them, this is the page for you!

I’ve pulled together a vast collection of free projects and tutorials from around the web, plenty offering something unique in terms of finishing or design…but there may be a few identical ones too. I’ve included them for you to choose which set of directions suit you best.

First up, I’ll provide quick instructions below for making a simple fleece scarf. There’s no pattern required since it’s just measuring & cutting. This takes no time at all and you don’t even need a sewing machine to complete it!

How To Make A Simple No-Sew Version:

  • Cut a piece of fleece in the dimensions you want (both width and length). Remove any selvage edges if any (take that into account when measuring for final product).
  • Determine the length of fringe you desire and mark that out on both ends (standard is about 4″).
  • Next, take a rotary cutter to the ends (or scissors will do if you have an even hand) and cut even strips up to the point you marked off. Strips can be as wide or thin as you like, but measure each time to ensure they are the same size.
  • Once all the strips are cut on both sides, you can opt to knot each one of them at their base where they connect to the main body of the scarf. I’ve seen tied pony beads there too.

That’s all there is to it! Although you shouldn’t need to prewash fleece before working with it since it’s usually 100% polyester and won’t shrink, I’d do it anyway just to get rid of the oils/dirt from being handled in the store (and chemicals from manufacturing). It’s also a good idea to see how the fabric holds up after a good wash.

Tip: Keep your eye out for fleece blankets on sale, they can make quite a batch of matching scarves and the quality is usually lovely.

Next up: Here are over two dozen projects for fleece scarves, including several with no sewing required! Lots to choose from with many styles appropriate for both grown-ups and kids. Also check out these hats so you can make a matching set. Enjoy!

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sew4home.com

W/Zipped Pocket: Guy friendly design, great for holding a wallet & tech. Free pattern pieces provided.

Cute Pom-Poms: Simple design, two layers of fabric with a couple pom poms on each end (instructions included for making them).

motherearthnews.com

thesoccermomblog.com

Rainbow: Cute mix of assorted bows in bright colors but you can use whatever you like.

Three-Styles: Yarn strands, DIY yarn pom poms & cut fringe. Scissors are used to punch holes that strands of yarn will be thread through (with a crochet hook).

juliemeasures.com

makeithandmade.com

Stay Put: Simple keyhole design to keep this around little necks that tend to lose them ;). Tutorial is for child-size but can be adjust easily for adults too.

Infinity: Whips up in about half an hour, fabric size needed: 95″ x 25″ (folded in half lengthwise and then sewn together).

homemadelovely.com

curbly.com

curbly.com

Hand-Printed: This is an easy no-sew, no-knit hand-printed project using fabric paint, contact paper & a stencil brush for the design.

With Deep Pockets: It is a simple design with deep pockets to keep hands warm. Length is longer so you can wrap around your neck as well.

deliacreates.com

fleecefun.com

With Faux Fur & Pockets: This design features deep pockets and is double sided (fleece/faux fur). There’s a good video tutorial available on this page.

Neck Warmers: Two different projects offered including a neck warmer. Instructions included for making a reverse applique element.

noodle-head.com

noodle-head.com

justanotherhangup.blogspot.ca

justanotherhangup.blogspot.ca

Easy Peasy Ruffles: Clever! Two pieces are sewn together on the ends to make it super long then down the middle while bunching the material.

Hooded: Great way to add a favorite cotton print (and keep your head covered!).

raegunramblings.com

sewathomeonpineridge.blogspot.ca

sewathomeonpineridge.blogspot.ca

Hooded: Gives ideas for adding machine embroidery or applique (optional). The hood is made to fit with some trial & error.

Simple: All you need is a 1/3 of a yard of fabric and a sewing machine. Two pieces are stitched together with three seams up the middle then cut in 1″ strips up both sides.

makeit-loveit.com

makeit-loveit.com

creativejewishmom.com

creativejewishmom.com

Delicate Ruffled: I think this is so clever & tidy looking. No-sew version with ties up the middle that add the ruffle effect.

Quilted: I like the tailored look of this, uses two pieces of coordinating fabric. Guy friendly fashion.

creativejewishmom.com

creativejewishmom.com

itsalwaysautumn.com

Yarn Embellishment: Brighten up a plain scarf with colorful strands of yarn added with a crochet hook. Video tutorial shows you how.

With Yarn Fringe: Another look at this technique…made by pulling yarn through slits and tying in place.

recycledlovelies.com

recycledlovelies.com

inbetweenthecrazy.blogspot.ca

inbetweenthecrazy.blogspot.ca

Snake: Cute project for little guys, features jingle bells sewn inside the tail and button eyes so yes, it rattles! No pattern pieces but instructions are detailed enough to sort it out.

Jumbo Fringed: This one’s huge! Needs two yards to make it. Free pdf download is available.

sewing.org

sewing.org

gracefullittlehoneybee.blogspot.ca

gracefullittlehoneybee.blogspot.ca

Tube Style: Made with a double layer “tube”, some simple sewing involved. Finished size measures 6″ x 60″ but you can adjust as desired.

Fast Fashion: Double sided with ruffled fabric (take care to cut “in-between” the ruffles).

fleecefun.com

leafytreetopspot.blogspot.ca

leafytreetopspot.blogspot.ca

Four Versions: (scarflettes) Shows how to make this with four variations (ruffles, ric-rac, buttoned and scalloped), so darling!

Double Sided/Knotted: Super easy and can use two of the same prints or something contrasting.

onlinefabricstore.net

teamcolorsbycarrie.wordpress.com

Fancy Edge: This technique finishes the edge with a braid using a paper clip to help you along.

Double Braid: Double thickness (notice how nice the contrast is!), braided edge.

French Braid: Something a little more feminine & for those looking for fashion & style.

Never Falls Off: Uses two contrasting colors & features a design tweak to ensure this stays put.

Infinity w/Fur: For the Fabulous Fashionista! Some recommendations/alternatives for fabric choices are offered.

Cowl: Cowl lined w/fleece and other side is a cotton print or cute flannel. Nice ‘n warm!

canadianliving.com

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