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There’s something about throw pillows that just makes us feel cozy. Whether we’re relaxing on the couch after a long day or cuddling up with a loved one, nothing beats a good blanket. And if you’re like most people, you probably have at least one throw pillow in your home. But unless you’re a professional textile designer, making your own throw pillow is not an easy task. In fact, it can be quite challenging and time-consuming. To make things a little bit easier for you, we’ve put together this guide on how to throw a blanket on a chair. With its simple steps and detailed instructions, this guide will help you create the perfect blanket-on-chair setup in no time.
What You’ll Need
What You’ll Need: Blanket, chair, scissors.
To throw a blanket over a chair, you’ll need a blanket, a chair, and scissors. Cut the blanket so that it’s about twice as long as the width of the chair. Put one end of the blanket on the floor and drape it over the back of the chair. Hold one corner of the blanket above your head and pull tight to stretch the fabric across the front of the chair. Snip off any excess fabric along the sides of the chair.
How to Throw Blanket On Chair
When it’s cold outside and you don’t have an extra blanket, there are a few ways to use your chair as a makeshift blanket.
1. Stick your arms out the back of the chair and hang onto the arms for balance.
2. Prop one foot up on the back of the chair and drape the other across your lap.
3. Lean back in the chair and spread your arms and legs out wide.
Tips for Making the Perfect Blanket
There are a few tips to follow when making the perfect blanket.
1. Start with an ample amount of yarn. Too little yarn and the blanket will be too small, while too much yarn and it will be too heavy or bulky.
2. Choose a light weight yarn for summer blankets and a heavier weight yarn for winter blankets. This will help keep the blanket warm without being too heavy or bulky.
3. Crochet each row of your blanket in the same direction to create a straight edge. This will ensure that your blanket is even and looks neat and tidy when finished.
4. When crocheting into the corners, make sure to leave agap so that the blanket can be easily wrapped around an object or person.
5. To make your blanket more comfortable to sleep on, fold it in half before you start crocheting it and then do not turn it until after you’ve completed one side. Doing this will help reduce any tensions in the fabric that could cause discomfort while sleeping
If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to throw a blanket over your chair for the winter, check out our guide on how to do it. This simple tutorial will show you how to easily tie the blanket around the back of your chair in just a few minutes, making sure that you stay warm and cozy all winter long.