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Exploring Womanhood > Heart of the Home > Craft Projects > No-Sew Fleece Projects

Snow-a-Boa Fleece Scarf

Happy January! Hit those fleece sales and try this fun, simple project. This beautiful scarf also makes a great gift! A special thanks to StorkNet member Debbie (Licagita), who sent us the pictures and directions for this project.


  • Two fleece cuts measuring 1/3 yard

  • Masking tape

  • Sewing machine and thread to match


  • Cut each fleece piece in half lengthwise. You will have four 6" x 60" strips. Cut off selvages.

  • Layer them, alternating colors.

  • Stitch a narrow zigzag stitch down the center.

  • Place a strip of masking tape down the center, covering the stitch line. Cut fringe at 1-inch intervals, using the making tape as a guide so you don't cut through the seam and all fringes are the same length.

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