Today I am going to share a quick and easy project almost anyone can do with very few tools. The entire project takes less than an hour from start to finish. Plus, if you can get your fabric on sale you can make this project very inexpensively!
- Two pieces of coordinating fleece fabric (they should be the same size)
- Rotary cutter and mat (or scissors)
- Clear ruler with guides (or a regular ruler)
Here is what it will look like once you get your strips cut:
After first knot:
Then you will tie a second knot. This will be what holds your two fabrics together. Continue around until the whole blanket is tied. This seems like a long process, but for my blanket, it took me about 15 minutes total. (The time consuming part of this project is cutting all the strips. You can cut your time in half by having a rotary cutter, mat and ruler.)
After second knot:
|Light Blue White Dot Fleece|
Sorry, but I couldn’t find the link to the butterfly fabric, but I did buy it at Jo Anns!
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