Baby Clothing: Christmas Blanket Gifts

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Saturday, December 19, 2015 | 0 comments
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Image: Cort's Blanket Photo by Teresa Kahler's (yarnlover66) from PhotoBucketHere are some quick and easy baby gift ideas:

If you can crochet, you can either buy flannel, burp cloths or ready-made receiving blankets, and finish the edge with crochet.

You can make a double layered receiving blanket just by sewing two together along the sedged edge.

You can trim a receiving blanket with lace, ribbon, etc. for a beautiful finish!

Stock Photo by Cort's Blanket Photoby Teresa Kahler's (yarnlover66) from PhotoBucket
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 • Reversible Flannel Receiving Blankets with Decorative Stitching

 • Crocheted-Edge Blanket Tutorial

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And more baby gifts to make:

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