To make a fleece scarf, cut a long rectangle from a yard of fleece fabric. One yard of fabric can yield up to five scarves. Fleece does not unravel, so it does not need to be sewn, but you can cut a second rectangle to s... More »

Fleece projects that require no sewing include blankets, scarves, pillows and dog beds. Because fleece doesn’t fray when cut, crafters can leave the edges raw. More »

To make a no-sew fleece poncho, cut a large square of fleece. Fold it in half twice and cut a curved quarter-circle out of the middle point to make a hole for your head. More »

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