Big, cozy, blankety scarves are just what a Canadian winter calls for. I love using scarves to really change up my outerwear anytime I'm running out of the house. And I can't really think of a better way to remain cozy and stylish all at once.
Blanket scarves are all the rage right now and I wanted to DIY a version that was fast and easy. This fringed trim is the perfect way to fit in with this seasons hottest trend!
The project can be completely in about 20 minutes and is soooo satisfying to make!
I hope you all enjoy this DIY :)
- 1 Meter of Fabric: Flannel, Plaid or Sweater Weight
- 2 Meters of Fringe Trim
- Sewing Machine
Hem both your raw edges, you can do this by folding the edges in twice and stitching down OR I just chose to simply overlock over my raw edges.
Pin your fringe to the edge with the selvage, the fringe can be a little slippery so I put quite a few pins in.
Sew your fringe to your scarf using a long stitch. Be careful not to get any of the fringe caught in the stitching. Repeat for both sides!