search for throws, I remembered that my favorite blanket of all time is one that didn't require a ton of money or a lot of time to make: my giant fleece blanket. It's like a Snuggie, but a smidge classier. Here are four ways to make your own, and one to buy. When I was in middle school, my mother went to a fleece warehouse and purchased yards of fleece in four colors for my four family members, cut them into good-sized, even squares. They kept us warm when we went boating and camping. The fleece followed me to college, and is still my warmest blanket. 1) Basic Fleece Blanket • Trim off the salvage edges with a rotary cutter, mat and ruler for even lines. • Cut about two yards of a bolt to make sure your blanket is an even square &mdash no wiggly edges. 2) Fleece Blanket with Crocheted Edges Here's a video on how to crochet the edges of your blanket, if you want it to look a little bit more put together. 3) Fleece Blanket with Tassel Edges This one on About.com looks classy and comfy. The tassel edges are a nice touch.
4) Argyle Fleece Throw For the more ambitious, we found instructions for making an argyle fleece throw on CraftStylish, taken from the book Dorm Decor: Remake Your Space With More Than 35 Projects by Theresa Gonzalez and Nicole Smith
5) American Apparel If you want a fleece blanket, but don't want to do any work at all, American Apparel sells one for $28. Does anyone know of anywhere in the Mid-Atlantic to find fleece remnants or bulk fleece at a warehouse? Otherwise, we recommend searching the Web or local fabric stores for fleece. (Imagse: About.com and CraftStylish)