Step 3: Making the Blanket

Because my fabric makes a mess I sew 2 pieces together and flip inside-out. I noticed I didn't have much of one fabric to make the blanket so I'm using 2 different scrape fabrics.the blanket I made is 17" by 12.50".
Pin it all together, then sew it all together leaving one side open to be flipped inside out.
Tie off the treads trim the extra fabric.

Tip* You don't need to sew the opening the to the blanket it'll be sewed closed later on.
<p>Great ideas!!! <a href="http://www.cupcakemommies.com/easy-diy-dog-bed/" rel="nofollow">Cheap n Easy Dog Bed DIY</a><br><br>My team at school has decided to do a themed basket for a fundraiser and our theme is &ldquo;Doggie Basket&rdquo;. I have been delegated to make a dog bed for a 50 to 70 lb. dog. I have enjoyed reading all these wonderful, creative ideas. I will look for a cushion (couch size) or a large bed pillow and make a pillow case that is overlapped in the back for ease of washing.<br>Thanks</p>
<p>Cute! Maybe I'll do it for my kitty Enya.</p>
<p>My baby's name is Enya too! But now I'm trying this lol. </p>
<p>How about finding a pillow the size you want for your pet and making the whole cover and snuggle blanket like a fancy pillow cover. Then you can unzip or unvelco it and wash it when needed?</p>
:3 i like it

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