Flannel Receiving Blanket

Hello everyone! I’m here to show you how to make a quick and easy flannel receiving blanket.

This project is sure to please since it takes on time to create, and it’s for a baby, and we all love babies.

Take a look at this Flannel Receiving Blanket:

I love baby gifts! Giving them brings me much joy.

The two-tone color is perfect for the holiday season. Plus, it’s so warm since it flannel. The little bundle of joy will not be cold.

Let’s talk about this fabric collection:

It’s Christmas time! LOL, no, not yet, but before you know it, it will be here. Say hello to the Gnome for Christmas Flannel collection by Tara Reed. It’s a soft, warm, and cozy collection for those cold winter months.

This collection comes with 12 flannel prints in white, green, red, and black. Classic Christmas colors.

Here’s how to create this baby blanket:

Materials:

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Gnomes for Christmas
Sewing Machine
Thread
Cutting Mat
Pins
Rotary Cutter

Step One: Cutting fabric

Cut two different pieces of the collection to 35 inches by 35 inches.

Step Two: Sew the panels

With a quarter-inch seam allowance, stitch all four sides leaving a three-inch hole for turning.

Step Three: Clean up and turn

Cut any edge that isn’t even, clip the corners and turn.

Step Four: Quilt the blanket

Free motion quilt or ruler quilt the blanket to your liking. I used a longarm and a heart ruler for quilting the edges of the blanket.

The blanket is finished!

Now it’s your turn!

Supplies used:

     Bernina 570QE

 

Thank you so much for stopping by!

 

3 thoughts on “Flannel Receiving Blanket

  1. Pingback: Gnome for Christmas – Flannel Receiving Blanket + Tutorial! – Riley Blake Designs

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