In the meantime I made the boys matching scarves out of some remnant fleece I found for $5 at Joann's. I found a tutorial on You Tube on how to make them, so I just went with it. I know you don't have to hem fleece since it won't ravel, but I like the look of the zig-zag stitch, so I went that route.
To make this type of scarf I cut the fleece 48" long and 5" wide. Then on the side I was going to use as the back I measured up from each short end 3" and marked it off with a sharpie marker. Then just below that line I measured in from each long side 3/8" and cut out that little sliver of the fleece. This is where I lined up the fleece to make the hem. Before I sewed the hems I cut up from each short end to the black sharpie to make the fringe. I didn't measure them, I just eye-balled it, but I'd say they're about 1/4" wide. Then I used the zig-zag stitch on my machine to sew both hems. And, voila! Matching children's Steeler scarves. :)
Keep in mind, I'm still very new to the sewing world, so I'm still learning as I go. See how the edges are a little ruffled. I *think* that is because I didn't make the stitch length long enough. I guess the next time I sew on fleece I'll have to make it longer and see how it does. :)