Easy wearable blanket for children

Easy wearable armless blanket My daughter grew out of her Cozy blanket with arms for children. I decided to use one of her existing blankets and turned it into a wearable blanket. It’s the easiest solution to keep the kids covered with their blankets at night.

Materials:
1. Blanket big enough to cover your child
2. Ribbon
3. Bias (optional)

Directions:
1. Measure and mark the armholes on the blanket for your child.
2. Cut armholes. You can use a t-shirt for the armhole length as a reference.
3. You can sew bias around the armhole, depending on the type of the fabric.
4. Cut and sew ribbon on the edges of the blanket to close-tie the blanket.

I was able to make this wearable blanket reusing the materials I had at home. Ribbon is from a gift package, I’ve saved.

It’s really easy to put it on her even when she’s a sleep. You can decorate the blanket and use it as a Prince/Princess or Superhero cape.

As seen on “Made by You Mondays” at Skip to my Lou.

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