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super simple knit hat (on a really cute nephew)
Knitting: Completed Projects
on: August 27, 2007 08:15:57 AM
A blue and white brimmed knit hat I made for my dad, but was stolen by Mr. Dyl
(look Auntie Aw'ren, I can be in a Gap Kids ad)
(okay, Auntie Aw'ren, are you done taking pictures of me yet?)
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Tag Blanket for Chase (mini tut)
Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects
on: August 26, 2007 06:17:33 AM
okay, this is my first real post.
everyone and their brother has made a tag blanket, but this is the first one I've made, so I'm pretty proud
start by picking fabric and ribbon
(I used fleece)
measure about a 18 inch square
cut about 5 inches of ribbon, I used about pieces 20 total
pin ribbon to square
sandwich the ribbon between the fabric squares, sew it up, turn it out, top stitch about the border - BOOM you're done
what I did with the left-overs (they rattle)
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