DIY Braided Fleece Blanket


Now that the temperature is dropping, it’s time to wrap up in a toasty warm fleece blanket. This soft and delicate DIY throw is just right for snuggling up on the couch or or adding a touch of warmth to your bed. Choose some colors to brighten up your space and you’ll look forward to cuddling up on those chilly fall evenings. The braided edge adds texture and durability, and the soft fleece makes this the perfect blanket to keep you snug no matter how low the thermostat drops.

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And it looks great from both sides!

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Happy Fall Sewing!

Beth

About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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6 Responses to DIY Braided Fleece Blanket

  1. Deborah Werner says:

    This is brilliant! Looks so fancy and cozy. Thanks for sharing this with us. I can enlist the grandkids to help loop-da-loop!

  2. Karin Felbermayr says:

    What an idea!!!!

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  4. Colleen Ackiss says:

    I absolutely love this edging! I do not like the tied knot version of these blankets and just used a double straight seam to edge them, but this edging is soooo much better. Thank you for sharing and I will be giving this a go for my next fleece blanket.

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