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Old 06-16-2010, 10:35 PM   #1
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Baby Blanket
I finished Aunt Pearl's Baby blanket and gave it to a friend for her new baby. Here is the new baby and the blankie.

The pattern can be found here:
http://fortheloveofyarn.com/Issues/0...sblanket.shtml
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Old 06-16-2010, 10:47 PM   #2
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How precious, both baby and blanklie.
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How ambitious of you to knit a cabled blanket as a first baby blanket. I knit baby blankets all the time but I couldn't be bothered to try cables! Kudos to you!
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Hi!
very nice blanket. I am thinking of making my first ever baby blanket soon. I have just never tried one. And I am bothering my mind over and over for a pattern. Most likely there will be cables involved, though. That just looks SO elegant.

I am thinking of making the matching teddy bear with the blanket. Just to have a cute and equally cuddely pair. And yes.... I AM thinking of cables on the teyybears belly as well. Call me nuts.

I really like your project and take the starting kick in the *** to get going... well I have about 8 month left, so no overly stressed project.
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Gorgeous! Thanks for that pattern also. My friend is expecting her first grandbaby in October. I believe that's what I'm going to do for her. Great job!
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I highly endorse the pattern. It was easy but interesting and once you do the set up row, you really don't need to look at the pattern much again.
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Old 06-17-2010, 12:04 PM   #7
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Beautiful Bambi!!
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Wow! It turned out beautiful!! Congrats on a wonderful job!
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What a wonderful gift, Bambi! It's simply gorgeous!
Great photo! Thanks for sharing that!
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Thats amazing. It looks so soft too.
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