Created by: Carry Gear
Project

Baby Fleece Blanket

What are you most proud of? That I could help some people. The mother and father were really happy and grateful and I felt good about my little bit of help to them. What advice would you give someone starting this project? When you work with fleece material be aware that it is a little bit stretchy so you must work carefully not to stretch it when you sew. First sew the rows of blocks, and then the rows together. When you sew the front onto the back material you must use lots of pins - on the seams of the rows because you are going to do Stitch in the Ditch. When you sew the front onto the back it is very important that you sew your Stitch in the Ditch in the same direction. You must sew the borders onto the front before you sew the front onto the back material of the blanket PS: Before you start sewing, lay all the blocks in the way you like it and when you finish one row put it back in its correct place before you start the next row.

You Can Make This

Carry Gear made Baby Fleece Blanket with:

  • Polar Fleece for the blocks on the front and flannel material for the back and border of the blanket

Project Description

What are you most proud of? That I could help some people. The mother and father were really happy and grateful and I felt good about my little bit of help to them. What advice would you give someone starting this project? When you work with fleece material be aware that it is a little bit stretchy so you must work carefully not to stretch it when you sew. First sew the rows of blocks, and then the rows together. When you sew the front onto the back material you must use lots of pins - on the seams of the rows because you are going to do Stitch in the Ditch. When you sew the front onto the back it is very important that you sew your Stitch in the Ditch in the same direction. You must sew the borders onto the front before you sew the front onto the back material of the blanket PS: Before you start sewing, lay all the blocks in the way you like it and when you finish one row put it back in its correct place before you start the next row.

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Skill Level

Beginner