Size of fleece plus crochet edge
Three yards of fleece, or any amount, for A (Coral)
Three yards of fleece, or any amount, for B (Mint Green)
Rotary cutting mat
Skip-Stitch® Blade (available at http://www.projectlinus.org/store/) and Handle
5.3 oz. (150 g) light-weight yarn. If your fleece is machine washable and dryable, you’ll want your yarn to be, too.
US H (5 mm) crochet hook
Trim fleece so both pieces are the same size. To round the corners, place a dinner plate upside down on the fleece and cut around it. Put the fleece on top of the rotary cutting mat and use the Skip-Stitch® Blade to punch holes on all four sides of the fleece approximately ½ inch (12.7 mm) from the edges. To crochet around the fleece, follow the pattern at http://www.craftsdirect.com/project/two-sided-cuddle-fleece-with-crochet-edge?search=cuddle+fleece+with+crochet+edge. I repeated the second row two additional times. Fasten off and weave in ends.
This super soft blanket will not be donated. I purchased all the supplies to make this blanket large enough to fit on a twin sized bed in my home.