To add some glamour and warmth around my neck this winter, I paired a beautiful silky white and black scarf with some very practical fleece.
This is a triangle scarf, which I wear tied around my neck with a big knot at the back like a bandana. I’m sure there are plenty of other clever ways to wear it as well. What I really love about this project is that it is so easy! This could definitely be a beginner’s sewing project. One more thing- it can be thrown in the washing machine when necessary!
Fold scarf in half to form a large triangle. With a sharp scissor, cut along fold.
On a large work surface, lay scarf on top of fleece and align outer edges. Cut the fleece into the same size as the scarf.
Lay fleece flat on work surface with the scarf on top, wrong side up. Align all edges and pin the two pieces together.
Starting at one corner and using a 1cm seam, sew the fleece and scarf together along the three sides of the triangle stopping 10cm before reaching the starting corner, leaving a small gap. Remove pins.
Through the small unsewn gap, turn the scarf inside out so that the right side of the scarf faces out.
Fold down unstitched top edges inward 1cm, or so they match with the rest of the scarf; press and pin.
Sew the pinned section together and remove pins. Finish by trimming any hanging threads.