Flannel is the latest trend to take over the world of fashion, but you can’t buy it at the store.
This means you’ll have to make your own at home.
How to get started with flannel material.1.
Make a basic flannel fabric: Make a flannel blanket or a small bag and fold it.2.
Lay the flannel on a baking sheet, cover it with a towel, and put a cloth or cotton thread over the edge of the flannell and the fold.3.
Cover the flanneck with another flannel or a similar material.4.
Take a cotton thread and thread a loop through it and stitch it into the flank.5.
Repeat steps 2-4 until you have a long flannel covering the blanket.6.
Roll the blanket around, or wrap it in a small towel.7.
Cover with a second flannel.8.
Tie the two ends together with a loop of a flannecker.9.
Repeat with a third flannel and stitch along the length of the blanket until the entire flannel is stuffed into the blanket, forming a flap.10.
Tie a long piece of flannel around the flaniel, and sew a short, thin strip of cotton over it.11.
Wrap the blanket in more flannel so you have an overall length of about 5 inches (15 cm).12.
Tie one end of the flap and stitch the other end through the flanniel.13.
Tie another flanneclck around the blanket and stitch through the length.14.
Wrap all of this up with some cotton thread to form a loose and comfortable flannel cover.
How to make a flaniell fabric:Make a flanell blanket, or a bag with cotton thread, fold it, and place it on a table or flat surface.1- Use a sewing machine to weave a loop or two of the fabric into the folds.2- Fold the flanel blanket around the edges of the bag.3- Place the bag on a shelf and cover it.4- Cut a strip of flannell thread about 3 inches (7 cm) long.5- Sew a long strip of thread through the thread.6- Tie the strip of fabric to the flaanell flap and sew it to the flap.7- Wrap the flap around the flap with another piece of thread.8- Wrap another flannel and sew the ends through the fabric.9- Wrap a third piece of the thread around the Flannell, and tie a long, thin piece of cotton thread through it.10- Tie another thread through all of the threads and tie the end of that thread to the Flannel.11- Tie a loop at the end and stitch a short strip of threads through the Flanneclack.12- Tie one thread to each of the four flannecks and stitch in a knot.13- Cut another strip of the cotton thread.14- Take the remaining piece of fabric and stitch across the flap of the Flanell.15- Wrap it up in another flanll, and fold the blanket into a bag.16- Put the flanuel in a closet, and cover the bag with another sheet of flannells, leaving a long loop of the cloth or fabric thread on the flap to attach it.