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I think this is a pretty simple project and a lot of fun. No sewing machine required. You just need to know a basic blanket stitch.


Step 1: Cut Panels

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I cut two panels of felt at 9 x 3.5 each. I chose camel and gray. Camel is a hot color this fall!
 
Very nice and easy to make :)
Facci Designs (author)  Muhaiminah Faiz2 years ago
thanks. You should give it a try
Is this wool felt?
Facci Designs (author)  itisanniebelle2 years ago
Ya know, I'm not sure. I just went to Joannes Fabric store and picked up some felt, not sure if it's wool or acrylic...I think it is wool
zach138113 years ago
Wow, great instructable! Im defenitly going to make a less feminine version for myself later.
Facci Designs (author)  zach138113 years ago
thanks Zach, I'd love to see it when it's done!
Thanks for the instuctable! I will probably add some velcro to keep in closed. This was fun!
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Facci Designs (author)  sheraphoenix3 years ago
Wow, that looks great! Glad you liked it!
I think even someone who's totally incompetant around a needle could do something like this!!
BarginsTech4 years ago
Verrryy pretttyy :D

just a question though, for step 5: youre only sewing the one side of the slit? and does the corners have to be done too? would the slit rip over time?

Thank you :D great Instructable!
Facci Designs (author)  BarginsTech4 years ago
Hi, well when you're doing a blanket stitch, you're actually sewing both sides at the same time. Yes, sew the corners, you're actually sewing around the slit like an elongated "O". It might be a good idea to sew it twice though.

Hope this answered your question
Ahhhh yes! it answered my question :] Thank you!