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Finished baby taggie blanket

Posted by AnnieDeighnaugh (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 13, 14 at 8:45

Some of you may recall that I made a bridal veil for a gal over a year ago. Well, now she's expecting a girl in October so I made her a baby taggie blanket. It was fun to put together. I just hope mom likes it and baby uses it.

The reverse side is a solid pink minky dot.

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RE: Finished baby taggie blanket

Annie - That is so adorable! I like the color combinations and how you put the cute little bunny in the center. Babies love tags & it's nice how you have a few different textures going on.

RE: Finished baby taggie blanket

Thanks! I also cut a bouquet out of the lace I used on her veil and tucked it inside the blanket....

RE: Finished baby taggie blanket

That's really cute Annie. It would have been nice if my Grand-daughter had had one of those. Instead she snuggled with the tag label on whatever she could find. (anything silky) I can remember going into a restaurant with her hugging the top of a bathing suit against her check. This idea is much cuter. I like the stitched bunny in the center too.

RE: Finished baby taggie blanket

Thanks Liddybuff! When I was wee, I had a blanket that got rattier and rattier...Mom kept cutting it smaller and smaller until all I was left with was the satin binding, which is all I really wanted anyway.

RE: Finished baby taggie blanket

Thank you for this idea! It is so cute. I'll make one, for any future grandchild.

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