How To Make A Cowl Scarf - Fun & Easy!

Let's face it, it is COLD as heck out there and having warm layers make it a little bit easier to endure. When I created this Cowl Scarf tutorial, I envisioned someone riding their bike to and from work or school, without any protection from the cold on their face. Well, this double layer fleece cowl scarf is lightweight but still blocks that wind pretty well, and looks super stylish! You can just keep wearing it to work or school, and even looks cute a little bit more dressed up! Enjoy :) 

Cute Cowl Scarf DIY

MATERIALS

2 Pieces of Fleece (10" x 30"), Sewing Pins, Sharp Scissors, Sewing Machine, Thread.

 Choose your fleece fabrics! Hobby Lobby had some lovely fleece prints, and I know JoAnn's does too. 

Choose your fleece fabrics! Hobby Lobby had some lovely fleece prints, and I know JoAnn's does too. 

 Pin up both long sides.

Pin up both long sides.

Cute Cowl Scarf DIY
 Sew up the sides, leaving a hole in one of the longer sides to turn the cowl right side out. 

Sew up the sides, leaving a hole in one of the longer sides to turn the cowl right side out. 

 Trim off excess seam allowance. 

Trim off excess seam allowance. 

 Put your arm through the tube, and pull both short sides together, inside out. 

Put your arm through the tube, and pull both short sides together, inside out. 

 Pin the short sides together in a tubular shape. 

Pin the short sides together in a tubular shape. 

Cowl Scarf DIY
 Sew up the short sides, in a tube shape. I was able to remove a part of my sewing machine that allowed me to slide the tube onto the machine easier. 

Sew up the short sides, in a tube shape. I was able to remove a part of my sewing machine that allowed me to slide the tube onto the machine easier. 

 Here is the tube, sewn up on the short sides. 

Here is the tube, sewn up on the short sides. 

 Flip the scarf right sides out, through the hole on the long sides, and pin the hole up. You're getting ready to sew the final stitches! 

Flip the scarf right sides out, through the hole on the long sides, and pin the hole up. You're getting ready to sew the final stitches! 

 Here is what the final stitches look like! Trim extra threads, and you're DONE!

Here is what the final stitches look like! Trim extra threads, and you're DONE!

Cowl Scarf DIY