This is a Great tutorial on how to make those wonderful fleece, no sew blankets. That Village House:
Helping Little Hands: Single Layer No-Sew "Braided" Fleece Blankets Tutorial - updated with a tutorial for a double layer braided blanket. Much cuter than the tied edging.
Another way to tie knots on no-sew fringed-edge blankets. Still a knot, & uses a longer fringe, so I think I'd prefer one of the looping methods, but just want to include all the possible methods on this board. That Village House: No-sew fleece blankets
How to Make a No Sew Fleece Blanket (W/out Bulky Knots)
Learning how to make these no-sew fleece blankets is the best thing I've ever done.
Everything you ever wanted to know about making fleece blankets
Everything you ever wanted to know about making fleece blankets! There are two kinds of fleece you can buy at Joann Stores…Blizzard Fleece and No pill Fleece. No pill fleece is a bit more expensive (by just a couple dollars) but it will h
Fleece blanket with a satin binding tutorial
I love this quick tutorial on how to deal with satin binding.
i was shown by a volunteer last week at the project linus blanket night how to tie a fleece blanket that& MUCH easier than the original tie.
Tutorial: DIY Tied Fleece Blankets
Easy tutorial for DIY Tied Fleece blankets.
Easy Polar Fleece No Sew Blanket Tutorial -
Easy Polar Fleece No Sew Blanket Tutorial - SewLicious Home Decor
A Crafty Cook: No Sew, No Knot Fringe Fleece Blanket and Pillow Cover
Single Layer No-Sew Braided Fleece Blankets Tutorial.was a little more time consuming than originally thought it would take me, but love the smooth edges! Prefer this style over original tie edges
Wonderful DIY Floor Pillow Without Sewing
Here is a quick, simple way to make pillows without having to learn to sew. This fabulous no sew floor pillows – perfect for watching movies or kids to read on the floor, and great for pets bed too. No Sew Floor Pillow
Chained-edge fleece blanket - nicer than knotting together, and no sewing machine needed.
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