Learn how to make a DIY flannel blanket that is a perfect throw blanket. This beginner sewing projects is a quick sew and makes a great gift!
If you have a printed flannel fabric, then cut off the white selvedge edge from both sides.
Pin the one long side and the one short side together. 2. If one rectangle is wider or longer than the other than trim it to be the same size.
Sew around the rectangle with a 1/2 inch seam allowance. Pivot at the corners. Leave a 6 inch hole and backstitch at both sides.
Trim the seam allowance at the corners to reduce the bulk. Turn the blanket right side out and poke out the corners.
Press all the edges flat. Edgestitch around all the edges and close the hole. Find the center horizontally and vertically and mark. Pin the two layers together along the center.
Sew a straight line along the center vertically and horizontally to keep the layers from separating.
Wash the flannel blanket in hot water and dry in a hot dryer. It'll make all the fabric get soft and crinkly and perfect.