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Sew your own baby receiving blanket This receiving blanket is double fabric, making it just the right weight from changing diapers to covering baby for a nap. It's sure to become a favorite blankie for any baby." "Cute receiving blanket sewing project, could do this with the fleece blankets for the kids. Use a decorative stitch to topstitch the hem for a decorative blanket. Use fleece with a serged roll hem, in any size to make a great gift for an adult. A hand-sewn blanket stitch makes a decorative edge on fleece because it does not fray. Make other gifts for a baby with fabric to match the receiving blankets. Start sewing right after your first pin, sew all the way around the blanket and then stop at the last pin. Make sure you leave that 10" opening and don't sew on it. Be sure to back stitch at both ends. Sew. Fold the blanket the other way and sew the other two sides. Quickly turn the blanket right side out to make sure you’ve sewn the corners correctly. If you have then turn the blanket back inside out and trim off the excess fabric at the corners. Turn right side out and press the blanket well. you can make this into a larger blanket just by changing the size. However, material is only 45 inches wide, usually, so you will need to sew two pieces together to equal a twin size which is 72" x 90. Your new baby will love his new blanket. Wash and dry the fabric to preshrink and soften it. Cut the fabric to the size you want the blanket, plus 1 inch for hemming. The average size receiving blanket is 30 inches by 30 inches. However, for a larger blanket you can use 1 1/2 yards of 45 inch wide fabric and not cut it. Receiving Blanket Baby Doll Materials. 1 regular receiving blanket Tissue paper Ribbon Newborn hat or cap Pacifier (pink or blue) Instructions. Lay the receiving blanket out the wide way on a work surface. Begin rolling the blanket in from both sides until they meet in the middle. Fold the top of the rolled blanket down about two-thirds of the way. Self Binding Receiving Blanket Tutorial. May 21, 2012 94 Comments. Ever wondered how self-binding receiving blankets are made? They can be a bit confusing – until you’ve made one! It’s a lot simpler than you may think, and you’ll have one (or two!) made in no time. Baby dolls, boy and girl, made out of one pink thermal receiving blanket and one blue thermal receiving blanket, a boys bonnet, a girls bonnet, a blue bib and pink bib, white thin satin ribbon, girl booties and boy booties. Then you are done! If you choose to do the decorative stitch this baby receiving blanket pattern will take a little longer to finish, but then it makes such a cute blanket for you or for a gift! If you don’t do the extra stitch this blanket will be done in 10 minutes and you can make several if you need them. I love these.