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. It’s great for nippy nights and when you are fireside.
Wool Blanket Coat Pattern Video
We have included a video tutorial from E-How that shows you the process in 44 short seconds. Again, will love how easy this is and you can whip one up in every color! Click Play above to watch now ^
Whether you’re a beginner or more experienced, you really can’t go wrong. Simply fold your blanket in half and then create a circular neck which is your round neckline.
Next, you will pin your raw edges. You can hand or machine sew them. A couple of belt loops and you are done.
We also thought a fringe would look great and we have found a wonderful Etsy Store that is filled with high quality blankets.
There are an assortment of patterns, plains, herringbones, plaids and there is something for everyone. You will want them all. Check them all out here.
The style of this Blanket Coat is effortless and it’s a stylish piece that you will 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.
You can wear this over turtlenecks or add a scarf like the ones that we found above on Etsy. They are best sellers and specialise in popular plaids that are stunning. You can view here.
This Wool Blanket Coat will suit all body types and be a great addition to any wardrobe.
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.
Another use for your Blanket could be to make this very attractive Blanket Cape. As you can see from the photos above, it’s very simple to put together with a small amount of sewing involved. You can find the details on Kollabora.