Emily Falconbridge is a free spirited creative soul who has been working as a writer and designer in the scrapbook industry for years. Her love for photographs and creating began when she was very young and she loves to used mixed media in her scrapbooks and play around with new techniques. She is mama to 3 and you can catch up with her here.

More from this author »
RECENT PINS

No Knit Scarf Tutorials – Quilted Scrap Fabric Scarf and Pom Pom Scarf

I’ve just moved to New England after a year in Australia and am lapping up all the autumny-goodness this time of year has to offer. The colors and crispness surrounding me had me all inspired to whip up a few cosy accessories for the season, namely scarves! A girl can never have too many right? They always fit, and make great gifts for girlfriends. Knitting a scarf is lovely if you have the time and skills (both of which are debatable for me!), but it’s not the only way to make your neck cosy. Why not try these no knit scarf tutorials?

Using little colorful scraps of fabric I created a funky, freestyle scarf that would also look uber-cute on a little person, and then a quick and easy soft scarf with just the right amount of whimsy added thanks to some yummy pom-pom trim.

No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Quilted Scrappy Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Add your own flavor to these ideas by mixing up the color or shape, making it perfectly ‘you’ – then make a couple more for your friends and go out on a pretty fall day and jump in piles of leaves!

May your necks stay nice and warm!

Emily 🙂

QUILTED SCARF – No Knit Scarf Tutorial

Supplies needed:

-Sewing machine

-Colorful thread

-Scraps of cotton fabric

-Cotton quilt batting

Gather Your Scraps - Emily Falconbridge - Quilted Scrappy Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Cut Matching Squares - Emily Falconbridge - Quilted Scrappy Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Cut Batting - No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Quilted Scrappy Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Make A Sandwich - No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Quilted Scrappy Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Quilt All Layers - No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Quilted Scrappy Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Crazy Stitch It - No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Quilted Scrappy Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Link Together - No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Quilted Scrappy Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Wash and Dry - No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Quilted Scrappy Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Enjoy Fall - No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Quilted Scrappy Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Enjoy a New Scarf - No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Quilted Scrappy Scarf - TodaysMama.com

No Knit Scarf for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Quilted Scrappy Scarf - TodaysMama.com

POM-POM SCARF Tutorial

Supplies needed:

-Cotton knit fabric (you could even upcycle and old tshirt or sweater!)

-Pom-Pom trim (find at any Joanns, or other craft/sewing store)

-Sewing machine and thread to match

No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Pom Pom Trimmed Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Getting Started - No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Pom Pom Trimmed Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Cut a Pointy End - No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Pom Pom Trimmed Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Sew Together - No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Pom Pom Trimmed Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Enjoy - No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - Pom Pom Trimmed Scarf - TodaysMama.com

Pom Pom Scarf Tutorial-No Knit Scarves for Fall - Emily Falconbridge - TodaysMama.com

My Lovely Pom Pom Scarf Tutorial - Emily Falconbridge - TodaysMama.com

Tying My Pom Pom Scarf - My Lovely Pom Pom Scarf Tutorial - Emily Falconbridge - TodaysMama.com

More Project from Emily

I Spy and Quiet Book Tutorials

Recording Your Year

Last Minute Handmade Projects

Tags: , , , ,

Leave a Comment

Comments (7)

  1. Rikka J. @ Ricochet and Away! 10/26/2012 at 2:41 pm

    I love these scarves, the patchwork one especially. I am hosting a just-for-fun scarf-making challenge next month. I posted your scarf as an inspiration for the participants. Please consider joining us. The challenge homepage is:
    http://ricochetandaway.blogspot.com/2012/10/ring-your-neck-scarf-challenge-nov-2012.html

    Best,
    Rikka J.
    “Ring Your Neck” Challenge Hostess

  2. PamB 10/09/2012 at 8:52 am

    Wow!!! I’m neither a crocheter nor a knitter, but I love to sew and quilt! And everyone I know wants a scarf… This is right up my alley!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!!

  3. eileensideways 08/03/2011 at 1:00 pm

    incredible, love the creativity.

  4. Allison @ Alli 'n Son 11/12/2010 at 8:30 pm

    I love the quilted scarf. These would make great Christmas gifts.

  5. Pingback: Link Love |

  6. Harkinsk 10/15/2010 at 6:22 pm

    you rock EM!!!!

  7. Anonymous 10/14/2010 at 12:55 pm

    These are so fun! I love-love the quilted one and think the pom-pom one would make me feel bouncy and happy, too.