Added Oct 9, 2010
This is a reversible fleece scarf. The scarfs finished dimensions are 60 inches long by 5 inches wide. It was not difficult to make at all. The hardest thing was the topstitching. I topstitched it about an 1/8 of an inch all the way around. Sixty inches is long enough to wrap it around the neck once and have tails hanging in front. If it were just a little longer, it would have a few more drape options. I cut the fabric 6 inches wide from selvage edge to selvage edge. Seaming two pieces could make it as long as you like. I didn’t want it as long as my favorite Doctor’s scarf, though (you sci-fi fans know WHO I’m talking about). If you really like it, how about liking it on your facebook page for me!!!
Fleece from Hancock Fabrics, thread
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