Monogrammed Fleece Scarf

by Amy on December 8, 2010

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We made this quick monogrammed fleece scarf for a friend’s 8th birthday – I hope she is enjoying it! I was inspired by WhiMSy love’s reverse applique beanbags and Noodlehead’s fleece neck warmers – both with great photos and tutorials.

I started with two pieces of blue fleece – they measured 6″ x 52″.

On one of the fleece pieces, I cut out the M and pinned a scrap of pattered fabric behind it.

Using the sewing machine, I sewed around the M twice. I didn’t worry about my stitching being too perfect… :)

Then, I pinned the two pieces of fleece wrong-sides together and sewed around the whole scarf. I left about 4 inches on each end to cut fringe. Again, I sewed around two times, letting my stitching cross and be a little messy.

Last step was cutting the fringe. Done! This was a quick project and turned out so cute. Of course, the girls want their own monogrammed scarves now!

Hope you are staying warm and enjoying December!

{ 3 comments }

reba December 9, 2010 at 1:12 pm

Adorable and so simple, i think the kids could help me whip out a few of these during the winter break

Jessica December 16, 2010 at 6:53 am

cute idea. i made fleece blankets for my kids this year and i’ve got some extra material. scarves would make a great addition.

Zoe July 29, 2011 at 5:41 pm

Great idea! I’m going to try this reverse monogram idea for pillows. Thanks!

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