No-Sew Fleece Scarves and Blankets

I’m looking forward to helping with the Many Helping Hands event in Cambridge again this year on MLK Day, January 19th. I’ll be helping make fleece blankets and scarves and despite the presence of many devoted sewers there’s always a lot of sewing left to do afterwards. With this in mind, I looked around for some interesting no-sew scarf (and blanket) ideas. See my comments below each image and click on any image to get more details.

A nice twist on the "tie" method with two colors -- could also be down on the horizontal
A nice twist on the “tie” method with two colors — could also be down on the horizontal
A nice "threaded" technique using a double heart, leaf or diamond template
A nice “threaded” technique using a double heart, leaf or diamond template
An alternative to the tied border -- perhaps less bulky
An alternative to the tied border — perhaps less bulky
Another border technique, using a single piece of fleece
Another border technique, using a single piece of fleece
A "woven" idea (would not implement as an infinity scarf). A thin piece of fleece could also be threaded through a scarf for a rushed effect
A “woven” idea (would not implement as an infinity scarf). A thin piece of fleece could also be threaded through a scarf for a ruched effect
Ruched scarf. This one is sewn but rushing could be accomplished by weaving through a thin piece of fleece and tying or threading into the ends of the scarf
Ruched scarf. This one is sewn but rushing could be accomplished by weaving through a thin piece of fleece and tying or threading into the ends of the scarf

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