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Topic: Sizing for a Star Shaped Baby Blanket?  (Read 483 times)
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« on: September 05, 2014 01:22:52 AM »

Hi all, I'm a avid crocheter, but new to these forums. My question is this:

I am making a star shaped baby blanket (5 pointed) for a donation for a charity event. What I am wondering though is how big to make it, and how exactly to measure it to make sure it's the right size. I know that with normal blankets, you would just measure from one side to the one opposite it, but I'm not sure with the star one if you would measure from point to point, or from crease between points to crease between points, or what.

I'm really sorry if this confused you, but I'll try to clarify if you need it. Thanks in advance guys.

I should also mention that I've got have it done this weekend, since the charity needs it by Monday.
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« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2014 10:30:48 AM »

I would do crease to crease.
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