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Suede-Fringed Throw


Resource: Frinezza fringe in stone, gray, and yellow, $43 per yard, Shindo, 212-868-9311


  • 2 yards of your fabric wool or wool/cashmere fabric
  • Enough premade fringe to sew across the width of the fabric twice (Most wool fabric is about 58" inches wide, so you would need about 4 yards of the fringe.)


  1. Step 1

    We hemmed the edges of our wool and then attached the fringe, so if you can sew a straight line, you can make these throws.

Blueprint, 2006

Reviews (5)

  • Raechal-4 13 Mar, 2008

    Clever! Imagine it on velvet lined with crepe. A little more work, but so worth it. You could even use stamped or burn-out velvet adequately lined.

  • ctbound 27 Jan, 2008

    I bet flannel would work nicely too.

  • CreativeArtist 27 Jan, 2008

    Very nice idea! I like that they are made from wool.

  • saharas 23 Jan, 2008

    Where can you by the cashmere or wool/cashmere fabric? None of the stores in my town sell cashmere. Sahara

  • JanetRuthy 23 Jan, 2008

    These would be nice to make, but on my income I couldn't afford the wool, so I would use other fabric to make these. These woluld make good gifts.