A 50x 60 inch blanket from scrap wood.
The blanket is about 25% wool, 35% cotton and 20% spandex.
The fabric is made from a mixture of linen, linen cotton and polyester.
The pattern uses a few scraps from the floor, but not the entire blanket.
The scrap is then sewn into the fabric, giving it a very smooth finish.
The instructions are simple, just follow the photos on the site, then you can start sewing your own.
If you want to make something a bit more elaborate, you can add some sparkle and some sparkly prints.
This blanket comes with a simple tutorial and a few pictures of the finished product.
The pattern uses the word “bundle” in the description, which means it is for use with two 50×50 sheets.
The pattern also mentions “spare awnings” and “spend one hour sewing”.
I’m not sure how long you need to sew this, but it’s not that hard to do.
When I finished the blanket, it was almost completely dry.
The only thing that was damp was the fabric.
It was a bit messy, but I think it would be better for a baby if it were more clean.
This is a great project for beginners, and I would love to see it shared on other sites!
If you have a similar blanket for sale, please comment below and share your pictures.