My granddaughter loves sleeping under the lovely, soft, "throws" made from faux sheepskin on one side and deep fleece on the other. They make over-size ones (i.e., a bit longer and wider), but I have been unable to find a twin size one. She has outgrown the length of the throw.
After searching high and low for fabrics exactly like our great Costco throws, I gave up and purchased some very soft fleece for one side and some 'short, curly, furry fleece' for the other.
I bought 2-1/2 yards of each fabric.
I serged across the messy ends of both fabrics. Then I washed them in the washer and dried each in the dryer just in case there might be any shrinkage.
I placed the outsides together and pinned them in place. When pinning, I pulled the patterned fleece a tiny bit tighter than the curly one in order to keep the patterned fabric from showing on the curly side. (I did not care that the curly one would show on the patterned side. Then I serged around the edges, leaving about 12 inches open to turn it.
When I had turned them I was not surprised to see that the curly-type fabric had stretched out enough so as to make it wider on one end than the other fabric. I turned it back out and on the side where it was too wide, I re-serged about half way down the side of the blanket--thus making another nice straight line with no excess. (No need to remove previous serging.)
I turned the blanket again, matched up the opening and because of the curly fleece, I decided to blind-stitch the opening by hand.
I then laid the blanket flat and pinned all the way around the outside edge. I then stitched a row about 1-1/2 inches from the edge all the way around (to keep it from rolling and balling up).
I was very tempted to put some more quilting-type stitches in the center to hold it all in place (it's pretty heavy and very slippery). I decided NOT to do this because my granddaughter loves things that are all soft and fluffy--stitching might make it not quite so soft in that area.
Granddaughter had gone on vacation, leaving her sweet little lama with it's head on the pillow and under the throw. So I placed the lama as she had, and put the blanket on the bed.
I intentionally did not make it all smooth and flat.
The back side looks almost like paw prints but is really little flowers.
Bottom line is: she LOVES it! (And I'm very glad, because that fabric cost a lot more than I thought it should._