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Throw blankets are a cozy and comforting staple in any home. Whether you use them to snuggle up with on a cold night or just to keep yourself warm while watching TV, they’re always a hit. Given their popularity, it’s not surprising that many people want to know how to toss a throw blanket. In this blog post, we will show you the simple steps needed to make sure your throw is always looking its best.
What You’ll Need
What You’ll Need:• A throw blanket
• A pillow
• A soft, clean surface to lie on
Step One: Place the throw blanket on the soft surface.
Step Two: Place the pillow between your legs so that your head is positioned just above the edge of the throw blanket.
Step Three: Extend your arm and toss the blanket over your body, tucking it securely around you.
Step Four: Repeat steps 2-4 until the blanket is fully covered.
How to Toss a Throw Blanket
Throw a blanket is one of the simplest and most versatile pieces of camping gear you can carry. It’s perfect for keeping you warm on cold nights or to provide protection from the wind on breezy days.
To toss a blanket, follow these steps:
1) Hold the blanket with both hands and unfold it so that the bottom is facing up.
2) Put one hand underneath one end of the blanket and pull it up so that the edge of the blanket is near your shoulder.
3) Put your other hand on top of the blanket and hold it in place while you toss it over your head.
4) Toss the blanket forward so that it covers your body, then quickly prop open the sides of the blanket with your fingers so that it forms a tentlike structure.
Tips for Making a Throw Blanket
There are a few tips for making a throw blanket that will ensure your blanket is both comfortable and stylish.
Choose the Right Material
Blanket material is essential to make sure the blanket is both cozy and durable. Blanket fabrics can be cotton, wool, or cashmere, but it is important to choose one with a nice drape so it falls smoothly over your body. Avoid synthetics, which can feel stiffer than other materials and may not be as warm.
Consider Length and Width
When choosing the size of your throw blanket, you’ll want to consider length and width. A standard throw pillow measure 18 inches by 26 inches, so aim for something close to that size when choosing your blanket’s dimensions. Also keep in mind that you’ll want the blanket to cover as much of your body as possible; make sure the width isn’t too small or too large.
Create a Sweater Hood Pattern
If you don’t have a Scully Sweater or some other large piece of clothing to act as a pattern, you can create a basic sweater hood shape from scraps of fabric using an easy stitch pattern like garter stitch or seed stitch. This will help ensure that your throw has the perfect fit without having to measure everything individually!
If you’re looking for a cozy place to cuddle up in during the colder months, a throw blanket is definitely an option worth considering. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to toss a throw blanket so that it’s both easy and stylish. We hope you enjoy our tutorial and find it helpful!