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Fleece Blanket Craft

Updated on January 28, 2019

How to connect 2 fleece fabrics to nice cozy blanket.

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One of the best Winter Craft

It is cold outside and something you would like to do with your children inside house. How about making a fleece blanket with your favorite designed fleece fabrics. It is simple to make and you can have a quality time with your children. You will need 2 same size fleece fabrics and scissor. If you like to make sure to cut even size, make sure to use measurement tools. We used 1 inch width ribbon to measure the cut. You could measure 1 inch per cut by ruler for whole around of the fabrics, but it will take longer time than using something already 1 inch width. I used 1 inch width ribbon to measure the width of the cut. You could hold the ribbon and fabrics together and cut. It is much faster than measuring each lines.

Using 1 inch width ribbon to measure


  1. Place 2 fleece fabrics in layer. It should be exactly the same size. Please choose the size to fit your need. XS 24"x36", S 32"x40", M 36"x48" are the most of the kid blanket size and for Adult, S 40"x30", M 60"x50" L 80"x60". Mark lines or Needle lines from 3 inches from outside all around. If you are using a kit, it should have a line prepared already.
  2. Use measurement tools to measure 1 inch width to cut all around like the image shown above. You can eyeball it if you think you are good at eyeball measuring, but I will recommend to use something already 1 inch width like ribbons to measure each cut.
  3. Once you cut the slit all around, you can start tying 2 different fabrics together. Make sure to tie the one you cut together. Which means, one on top to the other one. If you tie the wrong one, rest of them will follow wrong slits and you have to redo the whole thing again. It will be no fun. Start right and it will end right. :)
  4. If you are worried about tying the matching slit, you can tie as you cut the slit or even you can tie per side.
  5. Once you tie all around the blanket, it is all done. Enjoy the moment of the completion and enjoy using the nice warm blanket whenever you need it.

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