How to Make a Queen Robe Out of a Snuggie

Updated April 17, 2017

Create a queen's robe for a costume with no sewing required. By purchasing a few items from the store, creating a queen's robe from a Snuggie is an easy task. You don't need sewing skills or a machine, just a Snuggie, Velcro and faux fur. If you find yourself trying to come up with a quick costume for a party or Halloween, consider making a queen's robe from a Snuggie.

Turn the fur strip over so the fur side faces down. Cut the Hook and Loop Fabric Fusion Tape to the length of your fur.

Place soft side of the Velcro (the loop) along the backside of the strip of fur by removing the liner from the Velcro strip. Repeat with the rough side of the Velcro (the hook), placing it on the Snuggie about shoulder height.

Fill an iron with water and turn the iron on high. Press the iron over the Velcro strip for 90 seconds with a lot of pressure, constantly moving back and forth. Let the fur and Snuggie cool before turning over. Repeat with the other strip of fur and the other side of the Snuggie.

Wear your Snuggie the opposite way it is designed, so the opening is in front, not the back. You now have a fur lined queen's robe.

Things You'll Need

  • Snuggie
  • Faux fur strips measuring 12 inches x 15 inches
  • Velcro Hook and Loop Fabric Fusion Tape
  • Iron
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Lori Furgerson began writing for an educational company in 2005. She was a classroom teacher for 12 years and became a national literacy consultant, traveling the country to work with state departments, school districts and at the school level to improve literacy instruction. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in liberal studies from California State University at Northridge.