Blanket Shawl


File 2016-01-27, 3 56 34 PMYou should see how super easy it is to make these high in fashion “Blanket Shawls” Sooo fast and easy to sew up too.

You will need about 1.25meters by 1 meter of “flannel Creap Weave or any other wool fabric.

Straighten out the edges and sew with any fun Decorative stitch about 1,5 to 2 inches in from the edges. All around the four sides. Once you are done with that you can fray the edges or in my case cut fringes as fabric has a nice heavy thread count it was easier to cut fringes all around the edge about 1/4 inches wide.

So here is an afterthought I found the cut fringes left a lot of fray on my coat. SO next Blanket Shawl I will fray the edges ….one threat at a time! see picture below.

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pull fringes out from all around the 4 sides as much as you like…this is way better and if they are uneven length no big deal it is “One Of A Kind”

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Perfect and so easy and less money than the store bought one and you can say ” Yes I sewed it myself”

You should see the woven wool fabric we have at “The Quilt Store” for this. I can show you too how easy they are to make.

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Look at that print another one Ill work on next….just a so much fun.

File 2016-01-27, 5 43 47 PMSchaut wie einfach so eine “Schal Decke” ist zum Nähen. Sehr modisch im Moment zum Tragen. 

Du brauchst nur 1,25 Meter auf 1 Meter von gewobener Wool Stoff. Schau das alle Seiten gerade sind, dann von der Kannte her etwas 4 bis 6 cm nähen mit einem dekorativen Stich rings herum damit die Fransen nicht weiter einreissen. Nächstens schneide Fransen etwas jede 5mm aus einander rings herum. Oder wenn es einfacher ist lass den Stoff sich selbst zum Fransen.

Perfekt und so einfach und Billiger, nun kannst Du sagen: ” Ja, Ich nähte es selber

 

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Author: Jacqueline

My "Passion To Create" in knitting, helping others with their projects is a joy in my life. Not a surprise, what goes with that is my love to take pictures and having fun with just the everyday kind of pictures and see what the results are. In my Blog I would love to show You some of my work and hope You too will enjoy my passion for knitting, Yarn, Photography and so much more. Love your feedback and thanks You all for following my posts. Hugs and Smiles always Jacqueline

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