No Sew Blanket Knot Tying

Here is a great way to finish the edges of your fleece blanket project – Without having to sew!

You start out by cutting the fleece just like if you were going to tie the fringe. Next fold the fringe up and make a very small clip in the center of both pieces vertically, aligned with the fringe cut:

Then push both pieces through the little clip from the top of the blanket through to the back, pull all the way through but not too tight:

It takes longer than if you were to tie them but I like it better because the edges are smooth.

You can see my No-Sew, No Tie Fleece Blanket YouTube Video here, and Here.

Let me know how you like it.

75 thoughts on “No Sew Blanket Knot Tying

  1. Hey, I just have a question about the slit that’s being cut. Do you cut it vertically or horizontally? Do you have a picture of the cut?

  2. I love this. I am going to be a first time Grandmother and I want to make something for my Grandchild before he is born. I am not very crafty, can you send me more pictures and directions. I would really appreciate it.

  3. I love this idea for a smooth can you send me more pictures of how you make the slit and get the fringe through. Would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks, Linda

  4. can you give me a picture of the slit and how to push thru. Thanks
    Kim OSMAR, It looks much cleaner.

  5. Can you send me a pic of how you cut the slits, a little confused on what you are talking about. Thank you

  6. Making fleece tie blankets for Christmas gifts this year, I’ve done this before, but I like your cleaner finish. Can you send me instructions and pictures on how to complete this. Thanks so mucth !

  7. Could you also send me a photo of how to cut the slit and placing the fleece through??? Thanks so much”!!!!

  8. i am looking to make a tie blanket for a man and i saw once a rope tie but cant find anything on how to do it. have any idea’s?

  9. I’m sorry I’ve been so slow to answer all your queries. I am going to make a short video showing how to make the slits and how to insert them. Hopefully it will answer all your questions. I spent some time in Europe this past summer, and my camera got broken during one of it’s trips in baggage… I’ve got a new one ordered and as soon as I figure it out, I’ll make the video. I really appreciate all your interest.

  10. Can you send me a better description of how to cut the slits and how to feed the material please πŸ™‚

  11. I was getting ready to try this method and I started thinking when you tie a blanket you take the corners off do you do the same with this?

  12. Very nice finish. I can’t wait to try it. I’m thinking it would look cute to pull through every other one the opposite. Front to back, then back to front and so on. Thank you for sharing!

  13. This is such a good idea! I want to try it, but I wonder if it would come loose when you wash it…….. Have you washed one that was done with this technique?????

  14. Thanks for the idea and instructions, I like this finish better than the tied method. Cleaner edge.

    As for all the “I don’t understand” comments, please tell me you are kidding !?!? The picture is right there and the directions are very clear. These comments have got to be jokes… No one is that slow…

  15. just saw this on pinterest and am wondering if you’ve posted a video somewhere about this. would love to know if you have, as this is a much cleaner look than the knots! please let me know via email if you’ve posted a video of this. hunted around on your blog, but didn’t see it. thanks!

  16. I’m interested in how you finish the corners. Awesome idea. I’m thinking of using a big crochet hook to push through the slits and grab the tail or one of those potholder hooks too. πŸ™‚

  17. I saw this on Pinterest and love the idea better than the knots! I notice you made a video could you send me the link or video via email?

    Thanks

  18. I’d like more info! I’ve made the tie-type, but really like the cleaner look of this. Please send me a video link or more photos! Thank you!!

  19. Please tell me what the link is to the video about the blanket. I love the look of it but need more instructions. Is there a print out with pictures I can get?

  20. I love the idea. But I’m confused on how to push the fabric through. Would you please send me some more instructions. I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!

  21. Please tell me what the link is to the video about the blanket. I love the look of it but need more instructions. Is there a print out with pictures I can get? I am not sure about how to cut the slits or how to finish the corners. Thanks so much!

  22. It is hard for me to grasp with these pictures. Could you send me more pictures and more instructions. Thank You

  23. Can you please send me a more detailed how-to or the link to a tutorial. these are great & I’d like to work on one with my grandaughter. Thank you so much.

  24. Lovely idea for finishing the “no sew” blankets. Two things: how do they hold up to wear and tear and washing. Secondly, please send more descriptive photos/information as to how you finish these pretty blankets. Thank you.

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