Sometime around Halloween, Greg and the kids were in Joann's with me and announced they'd like to make Christmas blankets. So we bought the holiday fleece right then and there. And then it sat in the bag while I got ready for a craft show and filled special orders from school.
We started this craft Monday, 30 minutes before we had to leave for dance (but please note, it did not take 30 minutes to complete).
First, cut a 4-inch square from each corner. Then on all four sides, make 4-inch cuts about a ruler's length apart.
I even let the kids use my good fabric scissors, with strict instructions to not cut any carpet. I know, wonders never cease.
While they worked on their cuts, I started my own little project.
After all the cuts are made, tie a knot in each piece of fringe.
This is a great t.v. activity. Put the blanket on you and tie while you watch.
Me? Still cutting.
All done! Snuggle up with a buddy and watch some
Still! The skies continue to mock me with the constant rain for the last three days. At this rate, people will be getting Christmas cards around March. Greg says this is how he knows for sure that God has a sense of humor. It n.e.v.e.r. rains here, but in the busiest delivery week of the year, it rains constantly.