Even though I don't sew, I'm an obsessive scrap fabric collector and just happened to have a small piece of fuzzy fabric which seemed about the right size for a long narrow scarf. It's either a thick fleece or a faux fur, don't really know. I had to cut it in half (it was more square than rectangular) and sew the two pieces together at one end. I also had another piece, not silk but something thinner for the other side (it's the same fabric I used for one of the "flowers" on the Jean Bag Project).
I just stitched them right sides together and then flipped it right-side out.
Here's a pic:
It's a bit clumsy looking if you look closely - the "silk" side is wrinkly - it might be too big or something. But, it's cozy, goes well with black, brown, grey clothing and since I always wear it with the fuzzy side up, you can't tell.
- It's a bit too short to stay in place by itself - you can't wrap it around your neck, you have to just have it crossed over in front, so I'm thinking of putting a hair elastic on the "silk" side to insert one end through
- This project would probably be easier with a thinner fabric on the fuzzy side. I think it was the fuzziness which caused the "silk" side to wrinkle.