Blanket scarves have been trendy for the past few years, and it looks like the trend is here to stay for awhile. While roaming around Joann Fabric I found some absolutely gorgeous fabric that would make a beautiful scarf, and decided to buy two yards and create my very own blanket scarf – all you have to do is fray the edges.
2 yards of your chosen fabric. I used cotton flannel from Joann Fabrics (7.99 /per yard)
Step 1: Cut down the width of the fabric to 25” wide (x72” long). Use the fabric’s plaid grid as a guide when cutting your fabric to help you create straight, clean cuts.
Step 2: To create on the ends of the scarf, simply remove the fabric’s weft yarns (the yarns that run left to right) along the short side of the fabric. I used a needle to release the yarns. Continue removing yarns until you reach your desired fringe length. I decided on 1 ½” fringe.
Step 3: Repeat step 2 on the opposite end of the fabric. You should now have fringe on both of the short sides of the scarf.