Cozy Flannel Blanket

Learn how to make a blanket that will keep you or a loved one cuddly warm during long cold nights or lazy days on the couch. This Cozy Flannel Blanket is so warm that you might not want to give it away even if it does make an amazing homemade gift idea. Made out of warm flannel and constructed with love, this free blanket pattern is surprisingly easy to sew. You are going to love keeping warm under a free sewing project you made all on your own!

Cozy Flannel Blanket
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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Machine


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I LOVE LOVE this cozy flannel blanket. It looks so cute and looks so cozy. I have never seen these before or I would have made one for all my kids and grandkids. I love the rag look it is so different. Looks like it would be so hard to do but super easy and if you have never quilted before she gives you a great easy way to achieve it. What a great baby shower gift this would make. Super tutorial. Must check it out.

Hi I love this pattern and am going to give it a go but would it work as well with fleece do you think as I live in the uk and am not sure where I could get flannel from? Thanks Julie xx

I can't wait ti try this one out. looks simple and thats what I need. Thanks

This reminds me of the "Rag-Time" style blanket that I have made for several years. Mine is made by putting squares of two layers of flannel (with batting inside) and sewn together with the selvage all one one side and a one inch seam. After connecting the squares to the size you want, I sew a decorative row around the blanket also with a one inch seam. Then comes the tedious part: you have to clip all of the selvage with cuts approx. 1/2" apart. After laundering, it becomes all fluffy around the squares. Kids love it!


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