16 responses

  1. Jen
    May 9, 2013

    Great idea so just do the single layer. I’ve always done the double, but I think I will make a few of these. My baby girl number 3 is due in Oct, and I need some more blankets. Congrats on your little boy!

  2. Darlene Lehman
    May 10, 2013

    What a little sweetheart!!! Cute blankets, too.

  3. Kaysi @ Keeping it Simple
    May 13, 2013

    I really need to do this!! My little guy likes to pee all over and it seems like I am I always needed more blankets. Thanks for the tutorial!

  4. Kim @ Curtain Queen
    May 22, 2013

    Love the hairpin idea! Sweet little sleeping guy, too. :-)

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  8. Jacki
    October 20, 2015

    These are super cute! I’m curious though, what size do you make these blankets? The flannel at Joann’s is 42 inches wide so do you trim the width to make a 36×36 inch square or just leave them wider than long? And if you do trim the width, anything fun that you do with the extra fabric?

    • Barbara
      July 28, 2016

      I am making some receiving blankets for my first grandchild – arriving next month!! The single layer type is what I remember from my own babies, born in the 1980s.
      I kept some of their old blankets and measured them. I decided on the 36×36 size which was my favorite back then. I’m saving the scraps to use in a quilt at some later date.

  9. Rosanna
    January 9, 2016

    Jacki I trim my blankets to 36 x 36 and then make bibs or burp cloths out of the remnant

  10. Kristen
    February 24, 2016

    Are people cloth diapering or disposable? I love the idea of single thickness receiving blankets and not putting a diaper on! Kind of easy to just throw that thin blanket in the wash or rinse it out and put on a new one….instead of diapering all day! Especially in the early days when you’re home and snuggling all day! Thoughts?

    March 13, 2016

    You didn’t show how you do the corners of the blanket. I think that you folded it over twice around the edges but you didn’t say if that was what you did.

    • Dana
      May 11, 2016

      That’s a great idea because I was wondering how to do that as well. When I saw this post there really wasn’t a step by step instruction other than pictures. Doesn’t really help us new sewers who need the detailed instructions.

      • Barbara
        July 28, 2016

        I did a rounded corner which makes it less bulky.

  12. Erika
    July 16, 2016

    Dana I folded them twice on each side and just did single stitch. Its a faster and easier method.

    Kristen imma be doing that too my two girls ages 1&2 run around naked with mommy in the home and baby #3 is coming in 4 weeks. I did n will again do cloth diapering. The girls are potty trained.

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