No-Sew Throw

Item # 2253866P71
No-Sew Throw is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 11.
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Beginner 1-2 Hours
  • 5-1/2 yds. fleece fabric
  • Scissors or rotary cutter & mat
  • Tape measure
Project tip: Cut both layers of fleece at the same time.

1. From each piece of fleece, cut 56" x 70" rectangle.
2. Place fleece rectangles wrong sides together.
3. Cut out one 7" square from each corner of both fleece pieces.
4. To make the fringe, cut 7" into fleece at 1" intervals around all sides of both top and bottom.
5. Knot fringed pieces together around entire blanket, using 1 strand from the front fabric layer and 1 strand from the back fabric layer.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fleece Tie Blankets I made two of these last year for Christmas gifts. One I had cut and the other one, I used a rotary cutter. The rotary cutter is MUCH easier and faster. I had pinned the materials together with safety pins. I am a nurse that takes care of a special needs child at night, so I took them to work and "knotted" them while at work, thus the use of safety pins. I am thinking about doing this again for Christmas this year. I try to look for fleece and flannel when they are on sale.
Date published: 2022-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome last minute gifts My daughter explained the instructions for me a little better than tag on fleece. The 1st one took over an hour... I decided to cut time in half . Line up fabric right sides out. Then fold in half. I used a cd case to cut the corners off un-folded half. Then use a school ruler to cut fringe about 5” long at 1” intervals. You’re cutting 4 pieces of fabric.. now seperate the 2 top pieces of fringe from bottom .. tie. Done! Leave folded side uncut! I made 9 blankets the night before Christmas!
Date published: 2020-12-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fringe picture please! This was easy except for knotting the fringe.... couldn't make it look like the pictures. Please explain better. Thanks.
Date published: 2020-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from NO-SEW THROWS ARE PERFECT FOR XMAS PRESENTS I found a No- Sew Throw at a thrift store in my hometown. It was so jumbled up and unfinished. I brought it because it has a beautiful design. I had never made one before; I felt thi would be my opportunity to try making one. I turned out to be my inspiration to make approx. 30 of these which was enough to make at least one throw for my four children, 16 grandchildren plus my 3 great-grand all in time for Xmas - approximately 2 weeks from the purchase of the one from the thrift store. I found the technique using the rotary cutter and mat to make the slits or fringes is much faster and all the slits are uniform after using this method. This way it shorten the time for cutting all the time is spent tying. I require investing money in rotary cutting tools but if you are going to make a truckload of these it is worth it.
Date published: 2018-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to do Have made over 70 of these blankets, given them all away to family, friends, etc. All ages love these. Fun to choose patterns specifically for the recipient's interest. Great Hobby if you can afford it.
Date published: 2018-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy way to cut the edges Make a template out of light cardboard with cuts 4" long and as long as possible. Make your cardboard 6" wide so that the cuts do not go to the very edge. Just place the template on the edge of the double fleece and cut every 1" that is marked. Move down whenever you get to the end of your template. Repeat until the entire edge is cut and then you can tie, tie, tie.
Date published: 2018-05-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Just a bit short on the instructions. Am still trying to find something temporary to mark the fleece for the fringe. Nothing seems to work except for a certain type of (permanent) ink pen. If I'm supposed to cut both sides simultaneously, means marking the right side rather than wrong and I'm at an impasse.
Date published: 2017-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Christmas Presents Ever! I made my first "tie" blanket for my granddaughter's wedding gift. Found it so fun and affordable, that I have made over 95 of these blankets, 45 of them the 8 weeks before Christmas, 2015. Perfect for my kids, grandkids, friends and co-workers. Kids have special sports teams, grandkids have their kiddie themes, brother lives in the forest-theme, I have even sold several to "new baby" families. The leftovers (corners) are donated to quilt-makers for charities. Larger leftovers were made into pet blankets and donated to the local animal shelters for rescued and abandoned dogs. Have even done a cat and dog print for my son's animals. Love them. Fun to make and love the challenge of matching the personality of the gift receiver to the fabric. Makes it a very personal gift.
Date published: 2016-11-04
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