Whew! Here’s the last collection of blankets to make, these focus on sewing tutorials and they’re all so lovely and gift-worthy! I’ve separated them into three groups…first is a selection of projects, next are a few ribbon taggy versions and last is a bunch for receiving/swaddling. Don’t miss those that are quilted here, crocheted here and knitted here. Lots to keep you busy, enjoy!
Set of Three: You’ll find versions with a Decorative Stitch, Ric Rac Trim and Bound Edge.
Cozy & Quick: Made with cotton fleece, shot cotton and jumbo ric rac. Finished size is 32″ square (though easy to modify if you like).
Heirloom Cut Chenille: Simply gorgeous! Finished size is a generous 45″ square. Made with quilting cotton, flannel and seam binding.
Flannel Strip: The picture doesn’t show this too well but it’s a “rag” style finished seam along each strip, so soft & cozy!
Simple Project: Easy and self-binding, top is a cotton print and bottom is a cuddly fleece or whatever else you like.
Easy Jersey: Nice idea, made with knit jersey & flannel.
Ruffle Edged: Very pretty, ruffle is made first then top and bottom fabric pieces (lined with batting).
Simple: Cotton print for top, minky fabric for back (lined with batting too). Topstitched around for finishing. Lovely! Another one found here.
Minky: No piecing or turning needed and the quilted look is made by sewing lines between the minky dots.
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