- To start with, you’ll first need to create the pattern. Fold a sheet of paper into quarters. Using a compass or ruler draw a large outer circle (with a 5” / 12.7cm radius) and a smaller inner circle (1.5” / 3.8cm radius). Cut along the edges of both circles to get your pattern.
- Using the pattern cut a series of fleece fabric circles. How many is up to you – four were used to create the scarf in the image, but you can add more for a longer version.
- Connect the fleece circles by butting the edges together and zigzagging to create a smooth, flat seam.
- Shape the open ends by trimming to form a point – And there you have it a spiral fleece scarf to chase the winter blues away. Take it up a notch by embellishing with embroidery our doubling up with another colour. Let your creativity run wild.
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