Monday, February 16, 2009

Baby Blanket


Free Pattern: Sunny Baby Blanket
Yarn: Caron Simply Soft
Needles: US 8
Notes on Ravelry

22 comments:

  1. I love the simplicity of this blanket. Thank you for sharing the pattern. I think I will try it when I finish my current project.

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  2. What a pretty blanket - love it!!

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  3. Simply darling adding it to my queue ;)
    I'm nannapei on ravelry!

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  4. The blanket is beautiful. And I love the bear as well. I have a quilt that belonged to my grandmother that is in very bad shape, I might take your mother's idea and make some bears out of it. My son probably wouldn't be too keen on one, but my niece most certainly would. And someday there may be grand kids, who knows.

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  5. I LOVE THE BLANKET IT'S BEAUTIFUL.

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  6. It's beautiful, Tracy, and so is the photograph!

    I've never had the patience to knit a blanket, even a baby one. Since two of my pastor's adult kids are having babies this spring, this would probably be a good time for me to try it.

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  7. It's such a lovely gift. The quilted bear is such a treasure.

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  8. *SIGH*....so very sweet, Tracy! This photograph is so dreamy...I'd love to cuddle up in the blankie. That is a nice yarn to work with too...the white looks like snow! Happy Days :o) ((HUGS))

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  9. precious! some sweet baby is going to be blessed!

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  10. I love this blanket...enough so that I cast on and have knit the first 16 rows! I've been bemoaning the fact that both projects on the needles require a lot of concentration (extensive cables and short rows) and needed some relaxing knitting. This fit the bill and I'm even using stash yarn!

    Thanks for sharing Tracy and I agree, the photo is gorgeous.

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  11. Both the blanket and the photograph of it are lovely!!

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  12. Beautiful! And I love the bear and the story behind it. (Your photos are amazing and I'm enjoying your other website so much!)

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  13. Very pretty blanket!

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  14. Nice blanket! I see that we have similar tastes. I made a baby blanket very similar to yours. Check it out: http://heavenlybabies.us/wp-content/uploads/blogger/img/158/3346/1024/Blanket.Star3.jpg

    Thanks for commenting on Mr. Cheeky Monkey. Last night I added little brown lips to soften up his face!

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  15. Very sweet! I like the bear, too.

    (I found your other blog and was admiring your photo of the pussy willows in the vase. Just lovely.)

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  16. Testing the comment feature.

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  17. Ah that blanket is lovely and the bear too:-)

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  18. I've been looking at that pattern on rav. Yours looks beautiful!

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  19. Anonymous7:12 PM

    Hi Tracy, You haven't posted anything in almost a month, are your well?

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  20. Yes, I am well. I'm posting less often on Wool Windings because I'm posting every day on my photo blog, One Snap (http://onesnap.blogspot.com).

    I am still knitting and have two finished projects to share here soon.

    ~Tracy

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  21. great baby blanket! have added it to my list!

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  22. Dropping by to wish you a most lovely weekend.

    Smiles....

    Beverly

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Thank you for commenting!
~Tracy