11 Braided Blanket How-to’s
If you want to make something warm and comfy for the winters but don’t like sewing, tying, crocheting or knitting, you can try your hand at braided blankets. They boast of a decorative, braided edge and can be single or double-layered. Your winter needs are sorted with this DIY blanket in your kitty. Choose bright shades to create interest.
1. Make a Braided Fleece Blanket
You would love the looks of this checkered black and white blanket. The blue fabric adds a color pop. You would love to snuggle in it during the freezing winters.
2. Braided Fleece Blanket Instructions
Doesn’t the pink and white color combination look lovely on this braided fleece blanket? Perfect for your little princess, what say? That it is bereft of chunky knots, adds to its subtle charm.
3. No Sew Fleece Blanket without Knots
Choose a dual-tone for your braided fleece blanket and you can’t take your eyes off your creation. Animal prints would make it a hot favorite with the kiddos.
4. No Sew Fleece Blanket with Braided Edge
5. No Sew Fleece Blanket with Braided Edge
6. Braided Tie Blanket Directions
8. Braided Edge Fleece Blanket Step By Step
9. Braided Edge Fleece Blanket Tutorial
A single layer braided fleece blanket can be a brilliant gifting idea. It looks so much classier than tie blankets. No tying, no sewing required for them.
10. Double-Sided Braided Fleece Blanket
A double layered braided blanket boasts of unique looks. Choose contrasting colors for added visual appeal. The pink and blue color combination, as shown in the image below, is a winner.
11. DIY Braided Fleece Baby Blanket
A no-sew baby blanket with a braided edge would keep your little one warm and cozy during the chilly winters. The pink color would look cute on him.
More on no-sew tie fleece blankets
The above ideas of braided blankets must have left you inspired to make one of your own, by now. Just gather the meager supplies and get down to work. There is no denying that the projects demand your patience and can get repetitive after some time. Don’t get bored; just think of the result (the pictures would help you in this front) and you would love the making process.
Published on December 6th 2019 by Peyton Derrida
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