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March 25, 2009


Double Glazing

As a newborn, you need a blanket to warm up and conditioning to help them feel safe in the great new world. Choose something light such as infants of this age tend to stay very much and to quickly overheat.

Amanda@ microfiber sheets

What a great tutorial you have here, you made it easy for us to follow and be inspired to create our own blanket as well. Thanks a lot for providing it here.


Hello! Thank you SO much for the wonderful gift idea and tutorial! I had SO much fun with this project! I've made it 4 times now for different friends. :-) I had a blast making these gifts and really appreciate you sharing your idea. I've posted pictures of these projects to my blog, you should check them out when you have a sec: http://livinguffda.com/2011/10/29/and-im-back/ I was trying to use trackbacks, not sure if it worked though... Thanks again!


Thanks for the tutorial. Do you have more baby projects?


Hi! Just stumbled onto your blog and love what I see! I love this set and would really like to try to make this blanket. Unfortunately I have never made anything other than a small square curtain!! LOL Should I start with something easier or can a newbie do this?? Thanks!

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Cozy, warm, wonderful! A baby blanket often becomes a keepsake gift, and with good reason. It is also easy to personalize. What's more, blankets often become "security blankets".


Thanks for this tutorial, seems much easier then most. I am planning on having my friends and family write a special message on their own quilt squares. Have a blanket of lovely messages from those that love the baby. FreemanX Experience Gifts - Gift Idea Specialists across Oz & NZ


That looks amazing! Unfortunately I'm a beginner sewer and I'm confused with the binding part. =( I'll have to experiment and see what happens.

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