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Making a Hooded Blanket

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Hooded blankets make great baby blankets. In this guide, learn how to make a blanket with a hood using fleece.


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December 3, 20050 found this helpful

I am looking for a fleece blanket pattern. The blanket has a hood in the middle of the blanket on the side. I have found the same idea for camping but it is plastic and has no pattern. I have seen this idea for people who camp a lot or live in cold weather - you can use it as a throw or wrap yourself up in it with a hood for your head. I hope this description is sufficient enough.

Thank you,
Carrell from Vacaville, California


December 26, 20050 found this helpful
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if you sew even a little bit this is an easy item to make.
Just take a fleece blanket or buy fleece about 54inches wide fold in half to find center.Mark with a chalk mark or a pin.
Cut (2) of a matching or contrasting color of fleece in a generous size D shape.Cut bottom of D straight across .This will be the hood. Sew the back seam (rounded part of D shape.Fold over about 1/4 to **1/2 inch on face edge of hood** and stitch in place.


Press open the lower edge of back seam on hood & with right sides together,sew hood seam to center of blanket. you are done!
**If you want to you can put a cord through space seam in front has left so you can tie your hood.**
If you want send me a message and I can make one for you,if need be.

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January 31, 2015

I saw a 2 sided blanket with a hole in the middle and hood attached. I was wondering if anyone could send me a pattern? Please.

By killday


July 7, 20150 found this helpful

I had a baby blanket with a little hood for my youngest (He's now 38). If you want one for a baby I'm sure you could make a pattern from a hoodie and make an opening in the center of a blanket to attach it.


And then deal with raw edges, embellishments, etc....

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