Self Binding Napkin Tutorial Diy Baby Blanket


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Shannon Fabrics - Wholesale Fabrics Faux Furs, Snuggly Cuddle, Ultra Plush Minky and Super Soft Silky Satin Video Tutorials - Quilts - Cuddle Faux Fur Kits Promos Embrace Other Fabrics Luxe Cuddle Digital Wholesale Fabrics, Fabric, Faux Furs, Snuggly Cuddle, Ultra Plush Minky and Super Soft Silky Satin. How about a little crafty inspiration for the weekend? Know anyone having a baby soon and need a gift? How about a self binding blanket? I just whipped one up for a baby on the way and of course wanted to share. I love soft, cuddly blankets! My favourite combination for a blanket is to sew it using cotton on the outside and buttery soft minkee fabric on the inside. The result is a substantial, high-quality blanket that is wonderful for a baby, for a living room throw, or for a bed! Minkee (or "minky") fabric can be very thick and slippery. It also is a pain to cut because it can be so furry - fuzz can. We have a new sewing tutorial for an easy self-binding Cuddle baby blanket! Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt Company remade her original self-binding baby blanket tutorial- and this time she used Cuddle and Embrace double gauze. This adorable baby blanket has a nice 3 inch self-binding, and finishes at approximately 35 ” x 35. Oh, also, a friend of mine brought over a darling flannel baby blanket the other day (thanks Lindsay!) that had self-binding around the edges, and it reminded me that I still have never tried that technique on a blanket. This crochet baby blanket is worked up with bulky-weight yarn, making it super quick to work up and super warm for baby. From the blogger "I crocheted this baby blanket in one day.It’s a great crochet project for a last minute gift idea too. These blankies are sooooo soft and warm. They have two layers of minky cuddle fabric sewn together and bound by a satin edge.I daresay this is the most perfectly decadent DIY baby blanket combination ever. The blanket is 45"x45", a generous size for using as a play mat and transitioning to a nap or lap blanket when she is older. Because I haven't been making blankets as much as other things for my girls I am thinking about making a couple for Audrey and Scarlett too, so as not to leave them out. If you love creating homemade baby gifts, here are 75 Free Baby Sewing Patterns You'll Adore. From diaper bags and onesies to baby blankets galore, there's so much to choose from in this collection of cute baby gift ideas. Step 1 – Pressing The Seam. To start self binding, you’ll need an iron. Basically, all that you’re going to do is fold that 2″ margin of the backing fabric in half, towards the quilt topper, and press it with the iron.


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