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  • Lauren Cannon

    These blankets are so easy to make! Overlap two pieces of fleese of the same size, cut out a 3"x3" square at each corner and then proceed with cutting 1" wide and 3" long stips along the sides. Last step is to tie the two pieces of flees together using the cutout strips. The best part is that these can be made any size...even as a throw for an adult...made a large one with a deer print on one side and a brown fleece on the other...great gift idea!

  • Christin Akridge

    Gift card to Hancock Fabricks so I can get Cleese to make my school pattern tie quilt

  • Blissfully Exquisite

    DIY Handmade baby blankets!!

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