]This wonderful and elegant fur fleece throw is easy to make and perfect for curling up under with a good book. A few simple materials you can easily follow this fleece ribbon throw tutorial.Materials
7 yards 1″ satin ribbon
1 3/4 yard each of cuddle fleece in two colors or prints
no sew version:
ready made fleece throw, approximately 60″ square
Fleece Ribbon Throw Tutorial (sew version)
With right sides together, lay the fleece squares on top of each other, raw edges aligned. If there is any excess on one piece, trim it to match the other.
Stitch around the perimeter, leaving a 4″ opening for turning.
Clip the corners and turn right side out.
Step 2 – Turn and Sew
Hand stitch the opening shut OR topstitch around the perimeter of the throw.
Mark 1″ lines around the perimeter of the throw, approximately 1.5″ away from the edge in even increments.
Stitch buttonholes on the markings. If your machine does not like stitching buttonholes through fleece fabric, simple stitch a narrow rectangle with your regular pressure foot.
Carefully cut through both layers of the throw.
Thread the ribbon through the buttonholes.
Tie excess ribbon in a bow at one corner.
No Sew Version of the throw
Mark 1″ lines around the perimeter of the throw, approximately 1.5″ away from the edge in even increments. Carefully cut through both layers of the throw. Seal the edges with fray check or fabric glue. Thread the ribbon through the holes as shown above.
More Fleece Blanket Tutorials:
- How to Make a No Sew Fleece Tie Blanket (better method with templates!)
- Duvet Cover
- Stitch ‘n flip quilt
- Rag quilt (Easy Beginner’s Guide)
- How to crochet the edge of a Fleece Blanket
- Fleece Blanket with a Satin Binding
- Self Binding Fleece Blanket
- Fleece Ribbon Throw
- You can see all of the blanket tutorials here
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- Bow Ear Warmer Headband
- Fleece Scarf with Pockets
- Red Riding Hood Cape
- Washable Duster
- Warm Mittens
- Easy Fleece Blanket
- Quick Sew Hobo
- Child’s Fleece Robe
- Child’s Fleece Pants