Love cozy, luxurious throw blankets? Don’t feel like you have to spend a ton of money… See how to make a cozy, no sew throw blanket for less than $10!
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My powers of prediction sometimes fail me…
In my recent fall tour of my master bedroom, the #1 thing people commented on was not my gorgeous new mirror (though they did love it), nor was it my vintage dresser I painted blue (also a usual favorite). Nope, it was the throw blanket I diy-ed for less than $10. I even had one friend threaten to steal it. 😉 Who would have thought?!
So here is the promised tutorial for the famous blanket… Before I begin, though, let me say that I absolutely did not invent this idea. People have been making baby blankets and college throws like this for years; I just worked to use the same, simple, no-sew process to make a throw that has a more luxurious look. And I’m happy to say that I think I accomplished it.
Materials needed to make a no-sew throw blanket:
- 2-3 yards of high quality fleece material (I purchased mine at Hancock Fabrics while they were having a sale and spent less than $10 on 3 yards, but they don’t have an online store currently. I’ve seen great options at Joann’s, too, and I especially like this neutral one or this blue one)
- high quality scissors (I’m kind of obsessed with these 😉 )
How to make a cozy, no-sew throw blanket:
So easy, right? And really, I’m loving it as a layer for fall…
It looks great in almost any room and brings instant coziness to your space. Don’t you agree?