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Sew a Faux Fur Throw

By: Gina Michele from
Sew a Faux Fur Throw
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From the Blogger: "This Faux Fur Throw is an easy project anyone with basic sewing skills can make. A fur throw is so cozy and luxurious to have in the winter. I've been using this one non-stop since I made it, and I also sewed a few for Christmas gifts. This faux fur throw takes under 30 minutes to make. The pieces are sewn around the edges, leaving an opening. It's then turned right side out and the opening is hand sewn closed. Easy, right? Visit for the full tutorial."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine


Materials List

  • 1 yard faux fur (60 inch)
  • 1 yard back fabric (60 inch) either minky, flannel or fleece
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This throw looks so soft and comfy. Looks like it could be an easy project to accomplish. Definitely want to try it.

This is such an easy project, especially if you make sure the fabrics are squared when you have them cut at the fabric store. I made this with fleece on both sides and had to first make sure it was squared off on the cut ends, and I used the selvage as my side guides making sure it was well within the seam allowance. After I turned it right side out, I top stitched about an inch from the edge to keep,it from shifting since i used the same fabric on both sides. Might not be needed with this fur project! Came out great!


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