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Just as warm, at half the price!
Have you seen these on the TV?
They sell for $19.95, then you get two for $16.00 shipping. So they come out to $18.00 each.

Follow these directions and make your own for about half the cost.

Posted by Creative Origins from Stuart, Florida, United States • Published See Creative Origins's 23 projects »
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  • How to make a snuggie. "Snuggie" Knock Off - Step 1
    Step 1

    Cut 24" off the length of a 3-yard piece of fleece fabric.

    Make a mark 12" from the top of fabric, and 19" from the edge. Now cut a vertical opening beginning from this mark and extending 12". This is your sleeve hole.

  • Step 2

    Now, fold the 24" section of fabric, you cut off earlier, Cut this section to 24" X 24". This is your sleeves.

    Fold sleeve in half and sew seam to form tube.

  • How to make a snuggie. "Snuggie" Knock Off - Step 3
    Step 3

    Place fabric tube into sleeve opening and sew in place.

  • How to make a snuggie. "Snuggie" Knock Off - Step 4
    Step 4

    Here is the sleeve, after sewing.

  • How to make a snuggie. "Snuggie" Knock Off - Step 5
    Step 5

    Voila! Enjoy!

    These are a great holiday gift.
    Don't forget to make one for yourself.

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Sokje
Sokje · Almere, Flevoland, NL · 8 projects
Hmn, I just bought one yesterday ^^'
But mine was only 3 euro 50 Happy
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Lo
Lo · La Cañada Flintridge, California, US · 31 projects
I actually got a snuggie for christmas and I love it but if I ever need another one I'll make it myself. That way I get to choose the fleece! Thanks.
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Taylor K.
Taylor K.
this was just wat i was looking for
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Ria S.
Ria S. · Hinckley, England, GB · 10 projects
Just great! I love a 'blankie' and will definitely be making one of these for the winter!
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Amy G.
Amy G.
I've made several snuggies.
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Creativemind
Creativemind · Tuscaloosa, Alabama, US · 116 projects
I have seen these as well, and also wondered how to make my own. Well done, now I don't have to put a lot of time in figuring it out. Thankz.
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Vicky
Vicky · Colchester, England, GB · 55 projects
I've never seen one of these before! It looks so warm and yummy!! I like your choice of fleece Happy
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Sugarlishes
Sugarlishes · Fort Hood, Texas, US · 136 projects
o.o eeep! i love it
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Caty C.
Caty C. · Cartago, Cartago, CR · 11 projects
lol, i saw them the other day and wondered if i could do them myself. you did!
thanks for sharing
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