Chilly weather is here and that means it’s time to cozy up next to your fireplace with a warm cup of cocoa and a cozy blanket. If you love to craft and you are looking for something new to make, try creating your own blanket. DIY blankets are great for anyone. Take a look at these fun DIY blankets and keep warm this season with the cutest throws.
DIY Stadium Blanket
Stay warm all season with a thick throw blanket. All you need to do is sew a double-sided throw blanket using thick flannel fabrics that can be found at your local fabric store. This blanket is perfect for those fall season sports games.
No-Sew Pom-Pom Throw
Pom-poms are very popular right now. You can easily add a pom-pom trim to the edge of your blanket with either a sewing machine or hot glue gun. A glue gun may be easier for beginners. You will just need to hand wash the blanket instead of machine washing.
Beginner’s Crochet Blanket
Crocheting can be tough for beginners, keep it simple by choosing a simple pattern. Everyone needs a cute crochet blanket on their couch during those cold nights.
Large Embroidery Blanket
Are you tired of having a plain throw blanket but you don’t want to spend more money on a new one? All you need to do is choose some colorful chunky yarn and find a knitting gauge needle and get to knitting. It is a fairly simple project with great results.
No-Sew Fleece Blanket
No sewing machine? No problem. Anyone can make this blanket, even kids! All you need is two pieces of fleece and some tools. The tools will be used to cut the blanket edges so you can tie the blanket pieces together to make the fringe.
Fleece Blanket With Yarn Tassels
Instead of cutting and tying pieces together for a fringe on your fleece blanket, you can snip holes and add 7 inch long strips of yarn to create a cute yarn fringe.
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DIY Arm-Knit Chunky Throw
If you are looking to make the ultimate chunky blanket, this is the perfect DIY. All you need is some chunky yarn and your arms. You will be amazed at what you can create with only yarn and your hands.