I used an old thermal shirt, but any knit shirt will do.
The shape you need. Print this without scaling (do not fit to page), it should be the right size.
2- Choose a backing fabric and cut same shape. (I used flannel for extra warmth, another knit or fleece would also work here)
3- Place right sides together, pin around. I mark where I do not want to sew because I tend to leave an opening that's too small if I don't. Sew around with a 1/4" seam allowance, leaving a 2-3" opening for turning.
5- Top stitch with a 1/4" seam allowance
7- Stick your hook and loop strips on, one on the front side of your scarf, the other on the back side.
8- Stitch around and diagonal. Trim the corners so they don't poke your little one's neck.
Super simple and totally reversible! These would be very easy to personalize with a stenciled or appliquéd letter or symbol. Here's to warm necks and dry chests!
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