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How To Make A Baby Scarf That Will Stay Put

By: Damjana AppleGreen Cottage from applegreencottage.com
Updated February 14, 2018
 How To Make A Baby Scarf That Will Stay Put
How To Make A Baby Scarf That Will Stay Put

"Learn how to make a baby scarf that will stay put. It's a beginner sewing project and easy tutorial for a diy fleece scarf that is breathable, lightweight, soft to the skin, and comfortable to wear. And you don't need to pull it over your head when putting it on. This is what makes it perfect for babies, but older kids will love them too. It makes a great diy gift for babies and older kids. Let your kids stay warm wearing these stay-put fleece scarves. "

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Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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This is a great pattern and not hard to do. I knit and crochet scarves like to. They stay put and easy to loosen if it gets too tight. You can make them for children and adults a like and they look so soft. You can choose your fabrics as well. There are so any different patterns in the fabric stores. I can't wait to make them, and a few for me as well. You can make up a bunch for gifts and charity. Thank you.

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