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Lee Wards Baby Blanket

Posted by janice_51031 (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 21, 10 at 17:04

Hi..wondering if anyone knows where I can find the Lee Wards reversible shell baby blanket?? I'd like to buy it but difficult since, I believe, Lee Wards has gone out of business. Thanks. Janice

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RE: Lee Wards Baby Blanket

I did a google and came up with this...would it work?

RE: Lee Wards Baby Blanket


Thank you for finding that one! It was fun to read the comments about the pattern, with the names like Lee Wards and Super Yarn Mart. One of the yarns that I'm currently using on some plastic canvas stuff is an off-white "orlon" (!)yarn from Super Yarn Mart! I have a few other skeins from there that say "undetermined content", that I've saved over the years. Yikes, over 30 years. The first yarn project that I ever made was a Daisy Afghan from Lee Wards that was advertised in the Sunday paper. Ah, memories. ;-)


RE: Lee Wards Baby Blanket

Thank you Sandra. The pattern sounds like it would be very similar. The original couldn't be posted because of copyright laws after reading all the posts. I'm going to give it a try. Sounds like a neat, fun pattern. Janice

RE: Lee Wards Baby Blanket

Saw this posted else where on the net and someone said the opposite attracts set on this page is exactly the same as she compared it to a blanket she has. Mary

Here is a link that might be useful: baby blanket

RE: Lee Wards Baby Blanket

I made Lee Wards reversible shell baby blanket years ago, and have lost the pattern. I would greatly appreciate finding this pattern again. Does anyone have it?

RE: Lee Wards Baby Blanket

Hi .. I did find the blanket pattern after much searching on the net. The one I found is on Yarn Lover's Room sight called Reversible Baby Afghan. If you do a search for Yarn Lover's Room, her page will pull up. I found a post from a person that said she had the original copy of the pattern & she stated that Yarn Lover's pattern was identical to her pattern. That's why I chose that pattern. It worked up beautifully. It's such a neat pattern. Janice.
P.S. If you need more help, let me know.

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