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Fleece Blanket Pattern

If you're a fan of crafting, then fleece to stand out on its own. The fleece is both warm and cosy, and the fabric itself is very easy to sew and work with. These fleece patterns which can include fleece crafting patterns, commercial fleece patterns, and even free fleece patterns are readily found and available on the Internet. You can find fleece patterns, and many many different styles, and not only for clothing for you but you can even find fleece patterns for your pets. Most of these fleece patterns are very simple and yet versatile enough for those who consider themselves a bit of an expert. Making fleece patterns is a crafters delight in the rewards are both rewarding and quick to obtain.


When you are considering what fleece pattern to choose, you should choose the style, which is loose fitting and has simple lines without very much detail. You can try your local fabric stores for fleece sewing patterns, or even do a search online for them, and if you are still unable to find your desired fleece pattern, then mail-order, may be a good option for you.


Once you have your fleece pattern, you should take your fleece pieces and lay them out, as directed in the instructions. You should make sure that if your fleece is thicker than average to press that tightly along the fold when you place one of your fleece pattern pieces there.


Seeing as fleece is prone to piling, you will want to utilise net layouts when you are cutting natural fleece pattern. When you cut your fleece in the same direction as the nap you will avoid having different areas of shading in the fabric. When you are contemplating which fleece pattern to use, issued Bear in mind that any extra layers (like facings) will add bulk to the finished garment. A good way to reduce bulk with your fleece garment is to slash darts, and then press the darts open.


When you begin to sew your fleece jacket, top or garment, make sure that you use a good-quality hundred percent polyester thread. A long stitch or zigzag stitch will work best when you are sewing a fleece pattern. Make sure you take time when sewing the stitches, as they often are very hard to remove.


One of them many unique qualities about fleece, is that the fabric itself does not fray or ravel, and so there is no need to interface it. You also do not have to line that.

All fleece fabrics are categorised by weight. You will want to make sure that your chosen fleece pattern accommodates this weight. Micro fleece is good for jacket linings, leggings, as it is very lightweight. One step above this is a hundred weight fleece, as it is a little heavier. 200 weight fleece is the most common fleece of all. That is what you generally find with fleece jackets, fleece hats and fleece gloves. And last but not least is the 300 weight fleece, which is best for your outermost clothing layer.

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