In this house we love personalizing everything. I’ve always said it’s what we took from living in Mississippi and Alabama when we moved back up north. While I love a great monogram, my adoration of personalization also reaches to creating easy projects that the kids help pick out! Now that it’s warmer, Owen needed a new summer blanket and we couldn’t resist an opportunity for letting him pick out something he liked and momma could make. AND IT’S SO EASY!
How to Sew the Easiest Summer Blanket Ever
- 1.5 yards of Cotton Fabric (I used this one)
- 1.5 Yards of Flannel Fabric (I used this one)
- Thread (I used White and Navy Blue)
Sewing this Summer Blanket
This summer blanket is super simple for even the most beginner sewists! It’s perfect for daycare nap-times, and keeping the kids covered, and not worrying about them having something too thick. To make this as simple as possible, pre-order your fabric and launder your fabric as soon as you arrive home. Then, it will be ready to piece together when you have a few free minutes!