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Thread: My raggedy baby blanket

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    Belinda's Avatar
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    This is my first time to post a picture. I made this blanket this weekend for DD whos little one is due in Sept. I used six inch squares of stars and hearts patterned flannel and no batting. It is small for a newborn. It was fast and fun to make. Now that I have a digital camera and hope I have this all figured out I will post more of my projects in the future.

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    Nice job! Looks soft and cuddly. Can't wait to see your next project! :)

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    I love it. Looks like a warm and cuddly blanket. Can't wait to see more of your work.

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    That is so cute!!

    Karen

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    Your blanket is so cute. I really like NOT using interfacing with my flannel blankets. Two layers of flannel is warm and pliable--soft and cuddly.

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    your baby blanket is lovely..wish i had seen yours before i started making mine...i will definitely make a raggedy blanket next as you have inspired me. Did you use the spring loaded scissors to cut your fringe as i have heard that normal scissors hurt your hands? I have been looking at some for a while and am saving my pennies (dollars!) for the fiskars ones as they are pretty expensive.

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    Thats a really cute blanket :D

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    How do you post pics?

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    Thanks everyone! I'm really happy with the way it turned out. Now I'm working on a table runner made the same way. We'll seee.......... :wink:

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    It is really beautiful! I can picture a little babe snuggled within. I want to make one too! Is your backing a white flannel as well?

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