Birthday Blanket


Miss E’s design is coming to life. The daisy squares have been added

The edging done


Only the daisies to sew on in the centre.


I’m hopeful it will be finished in time for her birthday.

Joining in with Ginny’s Yarn Along.


29 responses to “Birthday Blanket

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  3. Oh well done Sandra (and for all those ends too, which you didn’t mention this time!) – it looks so effective

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    • Thank you Cathy – Miss E absolutely loves her blanket – it was worth all the hassle working out how to fit the squares round and then sewing in the ends – ooof that job seems to go on forever!


  4. What a beautiful blanket. Miss E is going to love it!

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  5. This is gorgeous! What a beautiful gift!

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  6. That is such a clever idea to make the border with daisies! I wouldn’t have thought of it unless I had a pattern. What a nice way to spruce up a stripe design!

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    • Thank you for your lovely comment. It can be a bit of a headache making sure the squares fit, but these worked out well. I hope to put a pattern together so that I can make this again sometime if asked, and for others to enjoy.


  7. What a lovely family heirloom!

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    • That is a lovely thought. As it is made of acrylic yarn it has a good chance of lasting quite a while. I wish I could have faith in natural yarns but I am plagued with moths and blankets need to be robust for children to enjoy.


  8. What a gorgeous blanket! Definitely one to treasure. πŸ™‚

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  9. Wonderful! The daisies really add so much:)

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  10. Looks lovely already. Sure she will love it.

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  11. This is SO beautiful, Daffy. The colours, the daisies, the whole blanket! πŸ™‚

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  12. She has designed a lovely blanket. She will love it. Very.

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