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34 Fast and Easy Fleece Gifts to Make

Last year I made some fast and easy fleece items 
to make for Christmas gifts. This year I looked around to see what else I could make. Here are some fun and functional things that are quick to put together and fun also.

If you don't get them done by Christmas, so what? The winter is just beginning and January is pretty cold here in Connecticut.

HAVE FUN!!!





First of all, let me say I LOVE working with fleece.You don't have to worry about raveling because fleece doesn't ravel. It's a nice weight also to sew with on the sewing machine or even by hand. It's a forgiving fabric so you can make mistakes and they don't show as much as a mistake on a thinner fabric.

There are scads and scads of different patterns and colors of fleece. Fun!

Here are lots and lots of fun fleece projects that make great gifts also.

CAPES


girl in red cape that was homemade


Here is my granddaughter
modeling the cape I made her.

Mommy Savers did a tutorial
on how to make a poncho. Same
thing. Actually, that's how I started
mine but ended up rounding
the corners off so it's more
like a cape.









This is so EASY and if
you wait for a sale at Joann's
it's very cost effective.












No sew cape from Ruffles and Stuff.











HEATING PADS

How about these cute kitty heating pads























Scotty Dog Heating Pads - lots of fun, a little work.




Slipper Socks

cheetah print fleece socks homemade


In the same post I showed my socklet slippers. I've made lots and lots of these because they are so EASY to make. I know you don't believe me, but if you can use a sewing machine marginally, you can make dozens of these. I made everyone a pair one Christmas.






hand sewn Christmas fleece socklets



I found a tutorial for these on the web at Thrifty Fun and it is exactly how I make them. 











SCARVES





I made this pretty fleece scarf just 
by buying the fleece at Joann's, about 
1/4 yard or 1/3 yard. Then just 
trimming it evenly. 















You can make dozens of these in
no time at all... wait for a 50 or even 60 % sale at Joann's and they will be having some great sales, especially black Friday. :)








Madigan Made has a tutorial on how to make a cowl scarf.




















Write It Down shows how to make this two toned scarf. 












HATS



This is the easiest hat tutorial 
from Modern Handmade
Child.












Fleece Fun has so many different tutorials on making fun fleece things. Here is a tutorial on how to make this Ribbon hat.







Make it Love it shows how to make this football hat.. just in time for football season!!





MITTENS


Mossy Mossy has a pattern for these gorgeous mittens. You can use old sweaters for the outside and fleece on the inside. I have a pair of mittens I bought like this from a craft fair. I kinda hoard them.







Doodle Craft also has a complete tutorial on how to sew these quick as a bunny fleece mittens.












Fleece fingerless gloves from Cartwheels in my Mind.





I think these fall in the same category as mittens.Keep  hands warm.




Fleece wrist warmers by Rags to Couture.
Fabulous printable pattern also.

PILLOWS


Come Together Kids did a tutorial on how to make these fleece flower pillows. The petals are glued on and it looks simple and beautiful!!








Mama Says Sew made this fleece roses pillow and shows exactly how she did it. 
Smooth..









Looks easy with big results. I like that.











ELF SLIPPERS




Maya Made made these elf slippers out of felted wood but I don't see why they couldn't be made out of fleece. Full instructions on how to make them.




Dragon slippers made by Rae.











EAR WARMERS



Tried and Twisted shows how to make these ear warmers.









FOR THE PUPPIES





Talking Tails tells how to make this fleece jacket for dogs.











Sarah Jane's Craft Blog made no sew toys for dogs out of fleece. Cute. This would be great with a box of doggie chews.










FOR OTHER FURRY PETS:

Cali Cavy Collective

You have to see this to believe it. It's a whole city of little cages and boxes all set up for guinea pigs. Fleece is used to cozy them up. This girl has complete tutorials for each item. So darn CUTE!!


Dusters

Fleece Fun has a washable duster. I'm making lots of these to give as gifts...


Fleece Flowers



Fleece roses!!! By

I never saw these before but I really like them. 





Cute Toys



See Kate sew cute bears.
















Easy to make fleece pouches for marbles (or dare I say Ipods)?

Full tutorial from Clip with Purpose.




For Christmas


Make a snowlady pillow for Christmas from BHG.










How to make this cute fleece snowman from Fab DIY.
















Honey Bee Vintage made these fleece and felt stockings.











DIY fleece garland with Christmas  lights by Wendy's Hat.
















White fleece Christmas wreath by Remodelando la casa. Tutorial.








BAGS AND PURSES


Easy sew hobo bag from Fleece Fun. Video instructions and downloadable pattern.



Rain Boot Liners


Are these the sweetest things you've ever seen? Fleece boot liners with felt flowers

Sweeeeet...





Heat Packs


The Tangled Nest has a tutorial on how to make a fleece heat pack (bed warmer).



Fast Apron tutorial from a Christmas towel.

Other Easy Fleece Gifts to make.

Whew!! There are, of course, lot more tutorials on fleece on the net but here are some to get you going! There are some fun books on fleece on Amazon also.

Do you like flannel? I just completed a post - 32 Flannel Gifts to Make. Lots of inspiration here also. Let's get making.



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13 comments:

  1. Hi Linda! I love sewing with fleece, too! I've made several long cloaks that were so easy, with just a few seams and no hems of any kind. Thanks for all the great links.

    Noreen
    Crafty Journal

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  2. I've never made anything from fleece but all of these things look so warm and cozy! Thank you for sharing!

    Emily @ Love, Pasta and a Tool Belt

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  3. I'm a home sewer and I LUV these. Thanks so much for sharing. I'm pinning and sharing.

    Joanne/WineLady Cooks

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  4. I just saw this and wanted to thank you for including my no sew poncho tutorial on your list! Love some of these other cute fleece ideas, I'll definitely be trying them this winter :)

    Thanks again!

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  5. These are great ideas--thanks for sharing! Pinning right now. :)

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  6. Love the suggestions. Some of the links don't work, the tut for the kids hats and dog coat. I was sad not to be able to see directions.

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  7. Love these ideas! Fleece is such a fun winter fabric! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  8. hi this is great website. i was just wondering if you have done any jester hats. or have come across one, my daughter keeps asking for one. thanks patti

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  9. Hi Linda! Thank you so much for sharing my ear warmer tutorial. I'm loving your collection of fleece ideas! I'm definitely going to pin this for ideas for later.
    Thanks!
    - Sara

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  10. Such great ideas!! Thanks for sharing at Take it on Tuesday!

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  11. Love the fleece cape! Thanks for sharing with this week's Throwback Thursday party.

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  12. what a collection, Linda!
    Pinned, for future reference... thank you so much :)
    Hugs from Italy,
    MammaNene @ SergerPepper.com

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