We doubt that we have ever seen so much excitement for a single idea on our site as we have with the Mermaid Tail Blankets. The Crochet Mermaid Blankets are amongst our most popular posts.
We had many requests from those who don’t knit or crochet who wanted to make a Mermaid Tail Blanket. When we came across this Fleece Mermaid Tail version, we knew it was perfect!
How To Make A Mermaid Tail Blanket Video
We have included a Mermaid Tail Blanket Video Tutorial from Jamie of ‘let’s do it gurl’ and she has put together a really easy to follow tutorial that will show you how to make one in record time. Click Play above to view now ^
There are FREE Patterns via different Bloggers who have provided brilliant, in-depth tutorials. We have also included a link to the very popular Crochet Mermaid Blanket too.
We found these fabulous Fleece Mermaid Tails on the Made for Mermaids Site and you will also find a shark version.
The Newborn Mermaid Swaddle Blanket above is beyond adorable and is another great idea that we’re sure you will love to make from Whimsy Tails
You’re never too old for a Mermaid Tail Blanket and we love these ones that we found on Brit and Co. As you can see, they look great in pattern or plain. You’ll be snug as a bug in a rug!
Here’s another very sweet version from See Kate Sew it is so pretty in this floral fabric and is ideal as a photography prop too.
We also found lots of versions available for purchase on Amazon if you would prefer to purchase. You can find them here
Here’s another very unique version that we found on Etsy. You can have them custom made with the scales like above. If you’d like one, contact the Etsy Seller Here
We haven’t forgotten the boys either, they will love you to make them a Shark Tail Blanket too and the full tutorial is available on Made For Mermaids
Over on Made by Marzipan, she has made her super cute Mermaid Tail Blanket and a matching version for the doll too. Get the details here
If you can crochet, you will love to check out our super popular Mermaid Crochet Tail Blankets too – you can check out all the ideas and free patterns here