Winterizing Crochet Scarves Pt 2: Dr Who style

A couple of months ago, I wrote a post about wanting to winterize crocheted scarves.  Crochet tends to create a fairly open weave, especially if you’re using longer stitches (double crochets, treble crochets, etc) so it isn’t always the warmest it could be, regardless if you’re using natural fibres such as wool or alpaca.
I wanted to try sewing a layer of fleece or some other fabric to the back of my scarves for added warmth.
Yesterday, I finally did it!

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Fleece backing sewn to a crocheted Dr Who scarf
It’s an exciting project for two reasons.  One is because I finally tried my winterizing idea.  Two is because the scarf in question is a Dr Who scarf!  Who can’t be excited about that! 🙂

Crochet Pattern – Solid Body Skull Scarf

Crocheted Solid Body Skull Scarf

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Versions of this scarf are often available in my Etsy store 🙂 https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/226205354/funky-skull-scarf-red-black-and-ready-to
Welcome to my very first available pattern!  Please, please let me know if you come across any mistakes or have any suggestions for changes.  This is the first time I have written out a pattern for others.
(Nov 2015: Pattern is now available in German/Deutsch!  PDF can be downloaded here
March 2016: Pattern is now available in French/Français!  PDF available here)