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Thread: Crocheted Fleece

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    Super Member MommaDorian's Avatar
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    I made some crocheted fleece blankets for my 2 new nephews and new niece. Here is a picture of the two styles I made:
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    very cute, thanks for sharing with us

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    Beautiful fleece and edgings :D:D:D

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    Beautiful!

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    WOW very nice, great idea!

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    How did you make the holes for working the crochet through? I have seen on-line somewhere a rotary blade that makes spaced slashes for anchoring the crochet.

    Anyway, beautiful. I know that they will be greatly loved and appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrhboxers
    How did you make the holes for working the crochet through? I have seen on-line somewhere a rotary blade that makes spaced slashes for anchoring the crochet.

    Anyway, beautiful. I know that they will be greatly loved and appreciated.
    I used a blade called the Skip Stitch. I ordered it from their website. http://www.skipstitch.com

    You can also use an awl and manually poke the holes through.

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    I do crochet around fleece baby blankets too. I sell them at craft shows. In the past 5 years I have made about 300 blankets, maybe more. Yours are very pretty. What size do you make yours?

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    So sweet, love the edging.

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    I want to do the same thing with the fleece i bought.I have a thing all i have to do is pound a hole,oh a small gromit,i can't spell that word.It just puts in a small hole.

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