Making a Fleece Scarf for Winter

A fleece scarf could help to keep you warm throughout those chilly winter season. Also on evenings that are just a bit freezing, a headscarf constructed from fleece can help you to stay bundled up yet comfortable. Headscarves are also a great style accessory. If you’re trying to find an easy embroidery job, this winter months scarf is the excellent fit.

 

 

What You Need

  • A piece of fleece fabric
  • Coordinating colour thread
  • Material scissors
  • A tape measure or measuring tape
  • A fabric pencil or fabric marker (optional)

Just how much Material Will You Require?
Just how much material you’ll require will depend on just how long you desire the scarf to be on the individual who’ll be wearing it. Preferably, when the headscarf is wrapped around the wearer’s neck, the ends need to reach their midsection.

If you’re making a headscarf that could be utilized by anybody, your textile can be about 4 to 5 feet long (48” to 60”), depending on your individual preference.

If you’re making the scarf for somebody specific and they are available for a fitting, drape the tape measure or determining tape around their neck. Draw the free end down up until it reaches their waist. Draw the other end of the measuring tape down till it reaches regarding the exact same size, as well as after that take the measurement. This is how long your piece of fabric has to be.

Obviously, if the headscarf is for you, you could measure yourself in the same way. Doing this while in front of a mirror could make it a little much easier. While the length of the textile could differ, it must be 2 feet (or 24 inches) broad, no matter who you are making the headscarf for.

Working with Fabric Widths
If you like, you could make your headscarf about 44 to 45 inches long. Normally, the material is sold in bolts that are 44 to 45 inches broad. So, if the only point you want to make using this textile is the headscarf, you can have the material cut at the 2-foot mark.

Yes, the fleece scarf will be a little shorter, but it will certainly still keep the wearer cosy. As well as you will not have to handle having even more of a fabric that you want. This is a terrific job if you have some extra fabric existing around and also couldn’t find out just what to do with it … until now.

Coordinating Your Thread
When making a scarf (or almost anything else) you want to use thread that will go blend in with the fabric. For a scarf made in a strong material, choose a string in a matching colour. For a headscarf with a patterned material, select a thread that matches the leading background shade. If there is no leading shade, select a thread that matches the darkest colour in the pattern.

Hold a spool of thread versus the material. This will certainly assist you to see how much (or just how little) the thread will stand out against the product.

Making the Scarf: The Initial Step

  • Fold up the textile in half, to ensure that the wrong side (the side you don’t want individuals to see) is facing out.
  • Sew the fleece scarf along its length (the lengthy side).
  • Turn the fabric inside out so that the appropriate side (the side you want people to see) is facing out.

Sewing the Ends
When sewing the ends, you have two options. If you want a clean edge then here’s what to do:

      • Fold up one end of the scarf about ¼”.
      • Sew a stitch along the fold.
      • Fold up the same end down another ¼”.
      • Stitch a stitch along this 2nd fold.
      • Repeat actions 1 with 4 on the various another end.

Doing a double stitch on the ends will definitely give the scarf a tidy, ended up look. If you want the headscarf to have a little pizzazz, you can give it an edge. This is very easy to do.

      • Lay your scarf out level.
      • Using the fabric pencil and your measuring tape, draw the line about 6 inches from completion of the scarf. If you don’t have a material pencil, you could use something else to earn the line. Just make sure the line will come out in the clean.
      • Sew a seam across the line.
      • Using your scissors, make a cut regarding half an inch from the side of the scarf. Cut all the way approximately the stitch you made earlier … yet stop before you reduced the stitch!
      • Make one more cut concerning every fifty per cent inch.
      • Repeat the steps on the other end.

This is why fleece is such an excellent material to use for this project. Since it doesn’t unwind or unravel, your fringe will remain nice and neat. A fleece scarf for winter is quick and easy to make and is a stylish method to remain cosy when the temperature begins to drop.