It doesn’t seem like Christmas would be complete here without at least one no-sew fleect blanket! My brother is a Pittsburg Steeler’s fan and has been since he was a child. I found some great Pittsburg Steeler fleece at the fabric store and I couldn’t pass it up. It was no soft and cuddly and I knew that it would make a great blanket that not only he would use but I had a feeling my nieces would be using it too!
There are a couple of techniques for putting these blankets together and Pinterest has a lot of tutorial pins for completing the blankets. One technique is to do a form of crochet to link the fringe together or you can knot the fringe. I like to use the fringe.
I posted a tutorial here awhile ago on how I make a no-sew fleece blanket. They are super simple to complete. My only suggestion is to try to make the blanket when you have a couple of hours of time to devote to it and have a place where you can spread it out where it will not be disturbed. Once I get my fleece blanket front and back properly measured out and even I like to leave it like that and not put it away until I am finished. Otherwise, it feels like you have to start over each time with laying out the pieces and making sure they are even with each other. If you think that you may have to put the project away part way through it then I would suggest that you only cut out a fringe and knot it one side at a time. That way if you have to put the project away part way through it then the knots will hold everthing in place and you will not have as hard of a time lining everything back up again.