Published at Thursday, 06 September 2018. Blanket. By Juliana Pickett.
So we're going to do three inches, I believe, maybe a little more. It all depends on how long do you want your fringe, you I'll finish both folded edges, so we have our cutout corner hand and also to save on time. I am going to keep it folded and start cutting my friend job.
There's going to be fringes on this blanket you're, not even going to notice that you didn't cut straight to make this a little easier on myself, instead of having the blanket completely folded out and stuff. What I'm going to do is measure out about three inches now I'll, keep the blanket folded and that's going to make it a little bit easier. So I'm giving the blanket folded and we're basically going to take a square chunk out of the all four corners and we're going to only have to make two cuts by keeping the blanket folded.
\Just like so so you see the least one in this one. I folded it over because it's going to be a little bit easier and I don't know if you can tell, but it has his wonky edges, try to zoom in and show you so it has. These weird edges on there, so you want to fold this blanket line it up really good. You continue on and do both edges like that. It should only have two wonky sides really and once you've done that, if it's not perfectly straight, don't get all bent out of shape.
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