Outdoor blanket – When comes the weather cold , keep the warmer blankets and comforters available for your family . Make blankets and quilts in various sizes to sleep and cover by attending outdoor events. Create the blankets with the warmer fabrics available. Use polar fabric to make a warm blanket. A large, single layer of fleece that provides hot to sleep and a small blanket covering a child or keep hot legs or shoulders when you are sitting outdoors.
Add a layer of flannel fabric to fleece to give an extra layer of warmth. Sew the edges to keep them together and attach the union of the outdoor blanket. Use two layers of fleece for a warmer blanket cloth. Sews together the four edges or seams make a version without cutting a fringed edge and tie in front of the back margins around all four sides.
Place two layers of flannel fabric and a layer of traditional batting in the middle. Sews the top and bottom layers together to ensure flannel and wrap the edges of the outdoor blanket. Sew the layers together with simple straight lines or patterns made of padding. The batting traditional quilt is available in different weights and thicknesses. Read the package to determine the weight you want to use. Use a piece of flannel or batting yards as a thin but warm quilt. Flannel located between the front and rear padded and stitched panels. Lining the edges in the union. It works well for flannel rag quilts, where the edges are frayed, instead of completed and consolidated. Flannel is peeled without creating excessive lint like polyester or cotton wadding.