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Old 01-04-2010, 03:33 PM   #2
Ribbing the Cuff
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One way to do this might be to just buy a soft flannel baby blanket, then align it with the back of yours and attach it by taking one of the yarn colors used in the front. You could thread a short piece of yarn on a sewing or yarn needle and pull it through both pieces and knot it decoratively on the back. You could also use embroidery floss. If you did this at say 6x6inch intervals, it should hold the back nicely. I once made a fabric quilt this way from an old woolen blanket using two pieces of fabric. You could overcast the edges to hold the sides together.
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