Sunday, May 2, 2010

Snugly Blanket Tutorial..

I made this fabulous blankly yesterday out of fun designer fabric and Chenille My favorite snugly fabric.

It was so easy peasy as easy as making a Burp rag

Here is what you need
1 fun fabric
1 yard of Chenille
a sewing machine

First cut the selvage edge off the fabric.

Then take the piece of fabric and cut the chenille the same size as the fabric.
It's aproxsemently 34X34
Pin the 2 pieces right sides together then sew a 1/4 seam all the way around leaving about a 2 in opening in the middle so you can turn it.

Once you have turned it sew a 1/4 in seam all the way around the fabric
closing the opening.
It is super easy and super cute when your done.
I loved this one sew much that I think I am keeping it for my self!

I will be making some more to send to my good friend Shaina
She is asking for donations for blankets to take to the Denver's children's hospital  where here sweet baby Kimble received excellent care before and after his heart surgeries.
You can read all about at the link below.

I encourage you all to make some blankets and send them to Shaina or make some blankets and take them to your local children's hospital!
The Girl Creative 


Cherie said...

It's totally looks snuggly Jen and my first thought was "I'd make one for myself!" ha ha

shaina said...

Thanks Jennifer! It's such a great thing to give service. Our Children's Hospital has 300 patients a week that could use a blanket. I can't wait to bring in all the blankets we've collected. This means so much to me.

Cindy said...

That's a very sweet snuggly looking blanket. Thanks for the tutorial. It looks to be very easy. Hugs, Cindy S

Katherine @ Grass Stains said...

I'd keep that one for myself, too! What a precious blanket!

Jennifer Juniper said...

I love the fabrics you chose - it really looks chic and snuggly!

janimal said...

That is so sweet! Great fabric choices.

Amy @ Positively Splendid said...

The fabric you chose makes this look like it came straight from an upscale boutique! Great job!

Yarni Gras! said...

that is sooooooo cute! I would use it right now and its 83 degrees outside! ha! how 'bout that smock apron tut, toots?

Andy Porter said...

I love it! What great fabric!!

Stacey said...

Cute blanket and LOVE this fabric! I keep using it myself over and over again I can't get enough! And btw, your family is adorable!

Jill and Michelle said...

Beautiful blanket and what a great cause!


Mandy said...

thanks for linking on Take-A-Look Tuesday! Mandy,

Rose :: said...

this project is so beautiful that i'd like to invite you to add a link to it from our blog in our brandnew, weekly linky party:

many more people will love it! so well done.