How To Make A Tie Throw Blanket

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Ties are a part of our daily lives. But do you ever wonder where all those ties go after being worn? In most cases, they end up in a landfill or incinerator. And that’s not the only problem with tying your own tie. Tie throws are a perfect solution for people who want to reduce their environmental impact. Not only do they look great, but they’re also super easy to make! Check out this tutorial on how to make a tie throw blanket in just minutes.

Materials Needed

Materials Needed:
– Blanket
– Yarn needle
– Crochet hook size G (4.0 mm)
– Felt
 1. Start by tying one end of your tie around the blanket’s center knot. Make sure the tie is tight enough so that it doesn’t unravel, but not too tight that it ruins the look of the blanket.
2. Next, use your yarn needle to sew up any gaps in the tie. You can also crochet a few extra loops along the edge of the tie to keep it from fraying excessively.
3. Finally, place a piece of felt over the top of your tie and crochet around it until you’ve created a desired thickness (you may want to trim off any excess felt).

How to Make a Tie Throw Blanket

Making a tie throw blanket is super easy and can be made in just a few minutes. All you need is some fabric, elastic, and a sewing machine! Here’s how to make a tie throw blanket:

1. Begin by cutting your fabric into a rectangle that’s about twice the width of your elastic band.

2. Next, sew the two long sides of the fabric together using a seam allowance of at least 1 inch.

3. Then, fold the bottom half of the fabric up so that it’s equal to or slightly bigger than the top half of the fabric. Pin in place so that it stays folded while you sew along one side, leaving an opening big enough for your elastic band to fit through. Sew around the side, leaving a 1-inch gap open so that you can turn it inside out later on (see steps 5-7 below).

4. Now flip the blanket over so that the sewn side is facing out and feed your elastic band through the opening you created earlier (see step 8 below). Pull tight to secure and then turn the blanket inside out so that the Elastic Band is now on the outside (see step 9 below).

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Tips for Making a Tie Throw Blanket

1. Materials:
-A large blanket or towel
-Hot glue gun and glue
-Pins or needles
-Thread needle
-Fabric scissors or a serger machine with a cutting blade (optional)
-Ruler or measuring tape
2. Instructions: 1. Begin by selecting a tie that will be the focal point of your blanket. If you have a large enough piece of fabric, you can choose to use multiple ties as individual sections. However, if you don’t have quite enough fabric, it’s easiest to cut one long tie and then divide it into shorter segments using scissors. Place one end of the tie on the right side of the blanket, lining up the ends so they’re even and pinning them in place. Repeat on the other side. 2. Next, use hot gluegun to attach one end of each short segment of the long tie to the edges of each section in between, making sure that all of the ties are in line with each other and pinned in place. 3. Continue attaching ties until your blanket is fully covered (or as full as you want it to be). 4. To finish off your throw blanket, use thread needle and some fabric scraps to sew around all edges except for one at either end where you’ll leave a hole for hanging (see step 5). You can also use pins or sewing needles if you prefer; just make sure not to poke yourself with