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Mrs. Tricky
« on: September 24, 2007 10:09:49 PM »

My MIL made me several beautiful, big baby blankets for my girls.  I thought I would try one for my neighbors' brand new baby boy.

Here is the fabric.  It's printed flannel.  The whole blanket is approx. 1 square yard.  These big blankets are great for mummy-wrapping babies. 


I stitched in the baby's intials.  This is the Sublime Stitching part of the project.  I love adding a little somethin' somethin' to my projects.


After I sewed two pieces right sides together and turned it inside out, I stitched a border using my sewing machine.  I just wish I had used a different style.  Next time...


Thanks for looking.
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« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2007 08:02:20 PM »

What a great start. Do you have any plans to do some more embroidery?
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« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2007 09:30:45 PM »

My MIL made me several beautiful, big baby blankets for my girls.  I thought I would try one for my neighbors' brand new baby boy.

Here is the fabric.  It's printed flannel.  The whole blanket is approx. 1 square yard.  These big blankets are great for mummy-wrapping babies. 

I stitched in the baby's intials.  This is the Sublime Stitching part of the project.  I love adding a little somethin' somethin' to my projects.


After I sewed two pieces right sides together and turned it inside out, I stitched a border using my sewing machine.  I just wish I had used a different style.  Next time...


Thanks for looking.
What a great start. Do you have any plans to do some more embroidery?
Yes.  I do just small things as I am still learning.  But this is so fun, I hope to work up to bigger and better things.
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Mrs. Tricky
« Reply #3 on: September 27, 2007 09:32:33 PM »

I'm still learning how to quote too!
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