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Old 03-13-2013, 11:58 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by Antares View Post
The multi-colored blankets are nice, too. I've made several baby blankets out of these colors (Caron Simply Soft Brite).

The moms were thrilled with them and said their babies were really attracted to the bright colors; plus, it doesn't look baby-ish, so it has longevity as a favorite blanket.

For my multi-colored blankets, I've always used all the colors (regardless of whether someone thought it was a "girl color" or a "boy color" and regardless of whether it was for a boy or a girl).

You rebel, you! I bet you'd even put your buttonholes on the left side simply because you don't have a maid to dress you. Good grief. What's the world coming to? I think pastels for babies, blue for boys and pink for girls, have seen their heydey and I for one won't mourn their demise. When I had babies I loved the brighter colors and with a baby born in 1976 there was a lot of red, white, and blue around.
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