Published at Thursday, 06 September 2018. Blanket. By Juliana Pickett.
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.
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.
Just born baby blanket so the things that you're going to need to make this blanket it's so simple and easy you're just going to need some scissors, a ruler and two types of fact. So I'm doing one fleece layer and one like Mickey kind of layer and of course, I'm making this for my baby boy, so you'll need about two yards of two different fabrics one yard, one yard. So two yards of fabric of your choosing in case you're, wondering I paid $ 3, a yard for the blue fleece at Walmart, and I paid $ 8 a yard for this Mickey stuff so $ 11. The first thing you want to do is align your fabrics up.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the thecigarfactorycharleston.com website that is not thecigarfactorycharleston.com’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does thecigarfactorycharleston.com claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.
Copyright © 2018 thecigarfactorycharleston.com. All Rights Reserved.