No-Sew Fleece Throws

No-Sew Fleece Throws

No-Sew Fleece Throws
Gifted by Leisure Arts
www.leisurearts.com
Reviewed by Molly Fletcher, Editor, FaveCrafts.com
 

No-Sew Fleece Throws isn't your average craft book because its inspiration came from an unusual source–teenagers at the fabric store! Co-authors Nancy Javier, Barbara Finwall, and Jeri Clements noticed that the fleece aisle was teeming with teens, so they asked three shoppers to design throws for them. In addition to patterns from these up-and-coming craft designers, this book contains fifteen no-sew projects for cozy throws.

 

Put down your needle and back away from the sewing machine because No-Sew Fleece Throws is full of super easy ideas. You'll love these quick alternatives to crochet afghans and quilts. Every project sticks to basic skills like cutting, tying, and ironing, so this is a great collection for beginners.

 

With the help of the simple tutorials in No-Sew Fleece Throws, you'll master the fundamentals in no time. Then, you're free to use patterns like Loop de Loop, Fly Away Home, and Dream Weaver to spark your own creativity. Experiment with colors, prints, and techniques to design throws that are perfect for the dorm room, patio, or den. Send your scholar to school with a throw in her favorite colors. Or, cuddle up in a blanket that features your home team's mascot.


Fleece throws are perfect for snuggling in front of the TV or keeping warm at an outdoor event, and with the ideas inside No-Sew Fleece Throws, you'll be ready to make a throw for any occasion that comes your way.

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