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.

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.

Satin Minky Blanket how to ~You will need:   a sewing machine, thread, 1 yard of minky, 1 yard of satin  (note: if you get 2 yards of satin, you can make two blankets), Cut both fabrics at 29X37inches. (be as exact as possible), Cut your remaining satin fabric into 5inch strips. Maximizing the rest of your remaining fabric.

Satin Minky Blanket how to ~You will need: a sewing machine, thread, 1 yard of minky, 1 yard of satin (note: if you get 2 yards of satin, you can make two blankets), Cut both fabrics at 29X37inches. (be as exact as possible), Cut your remaining satin fabric into 5inch strips. Maximizing the rest of your remaining fabric.

No-sew fleece blanket edging- Oh my goodness! I love this technique so much better than the knotted edges!

No-sew fleece blanket edging- Oh my goodness! I love this technique so much better than the knotted edges!

Pick a cute new towel or use an old one to make this for the travel toiletry bag. No need to use ziplock bags. And it can even double as a washcloth in a pinch?

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Pick a cute new towel or use an old one to make this for the travel toiletry bag. No need to use ziplock bags. And it can even double as a washcloth in a pinch?

Fleece Tie Blanket Tutorial. I've made these before and love them. This shall be my next craft!

Fleece Tie Blanket Tutorial. I've made these before and love them. This shall be my next craft!

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