How to Make Tie Fleece Blankets: 29 Tutorials
When the temperature begins to dip, you know it’s time to make a fleece tie blanket, following the footsteps of your grandmother and reliving those nostalgic moments once again. The only difference is that you will be spared from using needles and yarns as the following DIY projects are completely based on no-sewing a no-knitting method. So are you ready to make the comfiest wrap before a snow shower?
Let your little one enjoy the coziness of the warm fleece tie blanket themed on a safari adventure ideal for picnicking as well.
A handmade no-sew creation with two pieces of woolen fleece lending a soft touch when you wrap it around.
Lift the décor quotient of your room with a designer blanket that will keep you warm and comfortable on a cool, breezy day.
The wildlife fanatics would love the concept of having a leopard-striped blanket included in their winter bedding collection.
If you still haven’t decided a Christmas gift for your darling son, then here is an easy and quick way to DIY a blanket based on an interesting theme that will catch his attention in no time.
A movie marathon evening session with a bowl of popcorn and a brewing cup of coffee is apt for the situation where you sit unperturbed wrapped in a fleece tie blanket on the couch.
A polka-dot fleece tie blanket with a blue-fringed border has a classy presence when laid on your beloved princess’s bed.
Halloween may be over, but you can recreate the spooky ambiance with a skull head-printed fleece tie blanket.
Bring the outdoor into your child’s bedroom with the fleece tied throw merrily glowing displaying the happy faces of these adorable butterflies, snails, bees, and caterpillars.
A combination of colors and earthy beauty, the blanket, adds a smidgen of glam when everything around gets covered up in the snow.
Who doesn’t love creamy cupcakes and yummy ice creams? Forget the weather outside as you can pack some mouth-watering refreshments for an impromptu picnic with this savory blanket giving you company for the rest of the day.
Tied Blanket with Fleece Fabric
Even your pets need some care, especially during the winter days. Here is a uber cool DIY guide to making a fleece tie blanket for your four-legged buddy.
It’s all pink this year for your little lass jumping around the house with excitement, waiting for Santa’s gifts. So may this enticing warm throw all dazzling in white and pink could make it to her wish fulfilled list.
While working on a fleece tie blanket, make sure you select the fabrics that complement each other to come up with a catchy DIY creation.
Your sewing skills can take a backseat as making a fleece tie blanket basically demands you to cut and knot the cozy fabrics.
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Another minimalistic winter throw for the children with fun poster-like designs to beat the crispy, chilly winds.
A funky blanket no-knitting project you cannot resist from trying out as it will be done in just a few hours. Bet the young members of the family would be the first to wrap it around for some snuggly warmth.
If you are obsessed about chevron designs, then this tutorial will take you through few simple steps for knotting up a chunky quilt in no time.
An ultra-thick and comfy throw made by joining individual fringed squares using the same fleece tie blanket-making trick.
Another cool DIY handcraft for adding some bright tones to your blanket without getting into too much detailing.
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Take a hiatus from your stitching projects to do something more fun using your favorite fabrics with less investment of time and effort.
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You do not have to be an expert when it comes to making a fleece tie blanket since the technique used here is incredibly easy. As the happy holidays are about to start, you can join hands with your kids to bask in the season of joy and festive glory, crafting a winter throw.
Published on November 25th 2015 by Michelle Anderson
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