Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018. by Becky Morrow in Blanket.
I was making a bunch of fleece blankets, and I love fleece blankets because it means you don't have to sew and They're really easy and then kids can do them and you can do them while you're in the car or waiting for your kids to get done with soccer practice. So I just wanted to show you a couple different methods of how I tie fleece, blankets.
So to start, I've lined a front and a back just coordinating, and then I'm going to take my scissors and I cut about 1-inch strips now. The regular method that you guys probably have already seen is just a regular tie where you have a front and a back, and you tie them in a knot and then time in another knot and I'll show you. This is a quilt that I've done that method. So they, it looks really fun got a really fun edge on it, but if you can see it's really fluffy, they kind of just kind of go everywhere, and so I wanted to show you this other method that makes them lie flat.
Now. What you do is, after you cut, so they both start the same way you cut the strips so in this method, you're going to bend it in half and snip a slit in the top, then you're going to take the bottom piece and run the bottom through The top piece and then you're, going to run the one that's on the bottom, now back through the top piece, and now you can stop right here.
But I thought it's fun to run them through one more time and that way the coordinating this print will be on the back side and I'll show you what I'm talking about in just a minute, so you take and it's through the same hole that you've run it through the first time and you just run it through one more time. So the strip that's supposed to be on the back is on the front and the strip that's on the front is on the back. So that makes it so when you flip it over the fun patterns on the back side, and I just thought it looked really fun.
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