Sunday, June 17, 2012

Finished Friday - Baby Blanket

If you would like to join me in this Finished Friday quest to get rid of all the half finished projects we all have... please blog about your project(s) you have finished the past week on Friday's, and come back here and leave a comment with your blog link. If this is successful, in the future I might set up a linky list you can join. Projects do not have to be projects you procrastinated on, they can be anything, sewing/crocheting/knitting or any other fiber art, and they need to be FINISHED! :)


Yup. I'm busted.

I posted my first Finished Friday, was gone the Friday after that, and this past Friday I forgot.

I forgot until I read Brianna's blog.

She is a MUCH better blogger than me! She blogged Finished Friday when I didn't.

Thanks for the reminder Brianna! I'll try to remember from now on. :)

And all of you should go check out Brianna's cute giraffes she posted about!! I love them!

Soo, for my Finished Friday, I'm gonna cheat a little. 'Cause this wasn't a project I've been meaning to get done for a long time. I only had the yarn for a few weeks, and I didn't have it started at all. But still, I got it done and that's what counts.

It's light blue and I used Bernat Baby Blanket yarn - 7 of the small skeins and I had about 1/2 a skein left. It measures about 33" square. I used a double crochet V-stitch. I'll post the pattern hopefully soon. I love the yarn because it's soo thick and works up super fast, and is still really soft and fluffy. The problem is finding 7 skeins of the same dye lot!

I'm not quite sure what I'm going to do with it yet. I might sell it, but I'll probably give it to a friend at church who is having a baby boy in July (though she probably won't need it till winter!).

The a nice size because it's not to small and it will fit over or in a carseat, and it's no to big that it drowns the baby. This is the second one I've made, and I love making them and how fast they work up! Be on the look-out for the pattern soon!

Can't wait to hear about your projects!

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