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Old 07-28-2013, 08:01 PM   #1
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FOs: Patchwork baby blanket & Failed Cloak
My baby blanket and cloak are done, the baby blanket is the perfect size, to be washed in baby detergent
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My cloak was a fail for 1 reason, it was to big width-wise, it's sitting in my corner waiting to be washed and is going to become my hooded house blanket, I'll end up adding pockets to hold various things later maybe
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Old 08-03-2013, 05:22 AM   #2
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The baby blanket is adorable! It's a lovely pattern of blocks and colors. Very nicely done.
Sorry about the cloak but something cozy for the coming winter sounds good too.
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Love the blanket! It's beautiful! Too bad and the cloak, but as salmonmac said, it'll be good for winter.
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it's like a snuggy without sleaves but i love it anyway, just need to wash it to soften it up
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The blanket is a sweet thing to do. I'm glad you still will be able to use the cloak.
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Old 08-04-2013, 05:46 PM   #6
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Great baby blankie! thanks for showing front and back...it's interesting to see both sides of things!
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I made 2 sides and sewed them together it's all stockinette
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Very nice! Sorry the cloak didn't work out the way you were expecting.
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