No Sew Tie Blanket

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General Purpose: To Demonstrate
Specific Purpose: To demonstrate to my audience how to make tie blankets.
Central Idea: To show my audience how easy it is to make your own tie blankets.
I. I have a awesome project for everyone to learn how to do today. You will notice there is no sewing machine needed, because this is a no sew project. I'm going to teach you how to make one of these awesome blankets. It's all made out of fleese and you just tie the edges. It's quick and easy. I've been doing this for awhile now, and made a couple different ones for friends and family.
II. The fun thing about fleece is it comes in all kinds of colors and designs. It's just like fabric just only soft, cozy, and furry.
Transition: So, lets start by doing the most important thing, which is getting all of the supplies needed to make the tie blanket.
I. The first step is to gather the equipment you will need. A. These are all the basic materials that you can find at Hobby Lobby or Wal-Mart. 1. Two pieces of the same size fabric. * For infant size use 1 to 1 ½ * Child blanket use 1 ¾ yards * Adult use two yards * Both pieces of fabric can be different colors or your choice of design 2. Scissors 3. Tape measurer or ruler 4. 4x4 index card or piece of paper
Transition: Once you have all the materials that you need, you can move on to cutting the fabric. II. The second step is to cut the fabric 1. Start by taking your two pieces of fleece and put one piece on top of the other lining up the edge so they are even. 2. Trim off any uneven fabric to make them match with a sharp pair of scissors 3. Find your 4x4 index card or paper and lay it on the corner of your blanket. 4. Cut out the corner through both layers. * Do this to all four corners.
Transition: Now that the cutting of the fabric is finished time to…...

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