Patchwork no sew fleece blanket

Patchwork no sew fleece blanket DEFAULT

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I don’t know what it is about the holidays, but they make me feel all “crafty”. I break out my knitting needles (more on that to come), I start making Christmas decorations, cookies, and this year I made these super soft no sew fleece blankets! You really can’t beat these in the cold snowy winter months!

I’ve made them before and the kids absolutely love them. Since ours are well worn, I decided to replace a few of them with new ones. The good news about these is that they’re so easy and quick! Minus your trip to the store for fleece, you can literally have one of these blankets done within about 2 hours…give or take.

Since this is the 12 Days of Christmas and all, I really wanted to make a more festive red and white blanket, but the crew out voted me and we went for the bright pink.

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Supplies:

1 .  You will need 2 pieces of fleece Fabric at least 40 inches or wider (most are 54 inches)

  • Toddler/Crib Size: 1 1/2 yards of each piece of fleece, the print and the solid
  • Child size 1 3/4 yards of each piece
  • Teen/Adult size 2 yards of each piece

2.  Sharp Scissors or I use a Fiskars Rotary Cutter, so much faster!

3.  Ruler or tape measure (I’m using a Fiskars 3×18 Clear Acrylic Quilting Ruler)

4. Optional: Cutting Mat if you are using the rotary cutter. (I use a 24×36 Self Healing Mat, but you just need one large enough to do a 7 inch strip, so a regular sized 12×12 mat would be fine too.)

 

Instructions:

STEP 1: Lay both pieces of fabric on the floor with the WRONG sides touching. (The right sides will be facing out so you can see them) Carefully trim away any of the seam edges. This is also to make the edges of both fabrics match up.

TIP: It is easiest to cut BOTH pieces of fabric at the same time.

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STEP 2: Once your edges are straight, cut a 7 in x 7 in square from each corner, do this on all 4 corners, again cutting both pieces of fabric at the same time.

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STEP 3: Using your rotary cutter or scissors, cut 7 in deep strips  at 1 inch widths apart all the way down each side, again cutting both pieces of fabric at the same time. Tip: The strips of fringe don’t have to be exactly 1 inch, you can eyeball it, but just try to make them basically the same width.

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Like so: (Sorry for the dark picture, I do these kinds of things at night :o)

 

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STEP 4: Once all of your fringe is cut,  you can start tying hand knots. I tie using a square knot. Make sure not to skip any strips or you will have a mess on your hands. (Alternate method: If you’d like your fringe to alternate colors along the edge, you can tie every other one, flip the blanket, then go back through and tie the remaining fringe.)

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Here’s a close-up of the knots:

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STEP 6: Let the kids in.

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STEP 7: Then go and make another one…

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STEP 8:  Then enjoy your new cozy fleece blankets and a Christmas movie! (I realize that my poor son is in the middle of a lot of pink here. Don’t pity him, he has his very own blue and red “Cars” blanket upstairs on his bed.)

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Note: These particular blankets (and most of my supplies) were purchased as a buy one get one free deal from my local JoAnn’s store so they ended up being about $15 per blanket. Depending on the fleece you choose cost shouldn’t be much higher than that.

Happy Tying!

 12 Days of Christmas / Christmas / Christmas ActivitiesSours: https://www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com/blog/2011/12/no-sew-fleece-tie-blanket-tutorial.html

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Patchwork No Sew Fleece Blanket Tutorial

I have been rather lazy lately with the sewing machine, it is sitting in a box in the corner. I certainly do get my spurts of when I go on a sewing craze and I have a few projects piling up for that but at the moment I’m on a “I don’t need to sew that” bringe.

I decided to make my daughter a cute little patchwork no sew fleece blanket.

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First up I choose some fleece colors. I selected blue, purple, pink and white. I then cut out 12 squares of each color in about 10″x10″ size. Please see the video for cutting a template and No Sew Fleece Blanket Directions.

cut squares to size

I then used a tab template to cut some tabs which I will tie together to make this a no sew fleece blanket. (once again please see the no sew fleece blanket video for how I did this)no sew tabs

Once all the blocks of fleece were cut up I was ready!no sew blanket tabbing

I double knotted the squares together in stips to make assembly easier. Then i knotted the strips together to complete the no sew fleece blanket.align in rows

Because most of the colors were not the same the knots provide a very nice contrast on the blanket.
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Here is the completed patchwork no sew fleece blanket!no sew blanket for kids

Little miss was very pleased! YAY!multi color no sew blanket

Patchwork NO Sew Fleece Blanket VIDEO

Notes: If you cut too many tabs on one side vs the other side just cut one of the tabs in half to match the amount needed. It is not about how thick the tabs are but that they are the same length. You can also pull the knottings a bit to un clump the blanket.

Such a cute little model showing off her no sew fleece blanket!fleece blanket knot

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SAVE this NO sew fleece blanket for later! 😉


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No Sew Fleece Blanket Kits

Did you know there are a few no sew fleece blanket kits you can buy?! Check out this one by Alex toys, although you will have to buy a few to make a decent size blanket!

 

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