Fleece Hat & Scarf Patterns
Fleece Hat with Ear Flaps
Reversible Fleece Beanie Hat
(Please note that the child size for these 2 patterns is good for elementary grades, and the adult is really an adult small. The adult size fits a 9 year old really well.)
Fleece Hats, with a pattern for fleece pompoms at the bottom of the page; here's a video to show you how they're made! These would be great for all ages.
Jr./Sr. high and adult - about 7' (84")
4th - 6th grade - about 6' (72")
1st - 3rd grade - about 5' (60")
Head Huggers has a large assortment of hat patterns for sewing, knitting and crocheting.
Gail Brown’s Creative Kindness Beret can be made in a variety of fabrics.
Brimming With Love has links to several patterns.
Reversible Chemo Cap.
McCall's has some hat patterns that would work well: 6521, 4116 & 9551.
Kwik Sew has 3481 & 3699. Check out local fabric stores for sales.
Lap Robes & Baby Quilts
The size is similar, the purpose is different, and the basic difference between them is color, theme, and who you're making them for!
If you’re new to quilting, you may find Quilting Basics helpful. It includes a list of the equipment, tools, and supplies you’ll need. Here's some more Basic Lessons for Quilting:
Choosing Fabric Borders
Square Up Your Block Pillowcase Style Finishing
Here’s some basic quilt patterns, with examples and variations if you want to ‘play’:
Tilting Windmills Quilt
Wonky 9 Patch Quilt
Alternating Squares Baby Quilt
Staggered Squares Baby Quilt
Disappearing 9 Patch Baby Quilt
All People Quilt also has a lot of patterns.
Shawls / Wraps
Shawls / Wraps: they can be either long rectangular (2'-2.5' wide and 4'-5' long) or triangular (about 5’-6’ on the long edge)
Here is an easy pattern to use from the 1 Million Pillowcase Challenge:
Basic Pillowcase Pattern
And if you’re feeling a little more adventurous, here’s a slightly more challenging pattern. Please only use this one if you’re more comfortable with sewing!
Roll It Up Pattern
Here’s a video for the Roll It Up pillowcase!
Halloween Hat Pack 2
These are really cute, although they may be a little large for infants. There are several different types of ears to use.