Cold weather has it’s perks…hot cocoa, toasty fires, cute beanies…
Because this project is so simple and obvious when worn, the quality of your flannel fabric is much more important. These scarves are sewn with a nice, thick, rich flannel shirting which makes them feel really luxe and cozy.
MATERIALS____________________________________2 yards flannel shirting matching thread sewing machine scissors iron Notes: *I highly recommend using flannel shirting, because it is often thicker and softer than regular flannel. It also usually comes in prints that are appropriate for apparel and do not have a discernible right or wrong side. You may use regular flannel, but the scarf will look and feel more impressive, if you spend a few more bucks on a nicer fabric. *The width of the flannel shouldn’t really matter, as long as it is more than 43″ wide (and almost all fabric is). *I got my flannel shirting from Jo-Ann. If you use coupons or sales, you can make two scarves for around $6-7 a piece. *Two yards of fabric yields two scarves.
Before you get started: DON”T pre-wash your fabric. I know, I know…this goes against sewing basics 101. You will wash it later to get the ends to fray, and pre-washing is not necessary for this project.
Craving more scarf inspiration? Go HERE. SOURCES: Flannel from Jo-Ann // Boots from Sole Society