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Topic: Wedding Gift Overthink- Help me!  (Read 532 times)
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BadWolf
« on: July 15, 2013 06:10:34 PM »

My coworker/work buddy invited myself and my spouse to her wedding in September. It's a smaller wedding so I was surprised, but very happy to be invited. My first thought was to crochet her a throw blanket as a gift. However, I'm wondering if that's too much. We've known each other for about 8 months and have only hung out outside of work once, but we really click. I'm no pro at crochet, so it's a big time commitment, plus I make 75% of my Christmas gifts (I've finished 2), blah blah blah.

Do you think a crocheted blanket is too over the top for the situation? If so, what's something else that I could make and gift them?

Thanks!
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