This Wool Blanket Coat Is Very Easy To Make

You won’t believe how easy this Wool Blanket Coat is and we have a super quick video tutorial that will show you how to make it.
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How stylish does this outfit look? Would you believe what you are seeing is a Blanket or that has been cleverly upcycled into a Wool Blanket Coat? Neither did we!

You are not going to believe how easy it is to recreate. It’s so inexpensive and you will always have something to throw on. that looks incredibly stylish and effortless. It’s great for nippy nights and when you are sitting fireside.

via E-How

Whether you’re a beginner or more experienced when it comes to craft, you can’t go wrong with this incredibly easy idea. Simply fold your blanket in half and then create a circular neck for your neckline.

Next, you will pin your raw edges. You can hand or machine sew them. A couple of belt loops and you are done and dusted!

How To Make Wool Blanket Coat Video

via E-How

We have included a video tutorial from E-How that shows you how to make the Wool Blanket Coat in 44 short seconds.

We highly recommend that you take the time to view it. This way you will be assured of the best possible result. To watch the video, click Play above ^

via ps I made this

Plaid Coat

via Ps I Made This

Here is another variation of the Blanket Coat and it’s bound to earn you plenty of compliments.

Over on the PS, I Made This website, you can see just how stylish you can look. This is a great day time look as well as a casual wrap.

via Made Up Style 

Handmade Blanket Coat

via Made Up Style

Anna from  Made Up Style has her own take on the Blanket Coat and it has a v-neckline and a cascading silhouette.

This is another version you will be keen to make and she has a full photo tutorial on her website.

via Kollabora

Blanket Cape

via Kollabora

Another use for your Blanket could be to make this very attractive Cape. As you can see from the photos above, it’s very simple to put together with a small amount of sewing. You can find the details on Kollabora.

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