35 Knitted Baby Blankets

35 Knitted Baby Blankets

For the Nursery, Stroller, and Playtime

Book - 2016
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"News of a new arrival brings about a flurry of activity. In reality there is very little a newborn needs other than warmth and love and what better way to show that you care than to hand-knit a beautiful baby blanket. From the first car journey to an outing in a stroller, a knitted blanket will accompany baby wherever they go. Laura Strutt has designed a teddy bear travel blanket that cleverly folds away into a pillow and a hooded wrap for keeping cozy in a sling. For the nursery there is a soft crib cover and a dungaree-style sleeping sack in breathable merino yarn - perfect for a peaceful night's rest. For playtime, there's a cotton-backed blanket that can double up as a rug to take out and about and a tiny comforter blanket guaranteed to become baby's closest companion. With stunning yarns, simple techniques, and gorgeous designs there?s sure to be a blanket here that will be treasured for years to come." --Publisher's website.
Publisher: London : 2016. CICO Books,
ISBN: 9781782493686
1782493689
Branch Call Number: ANF 746.432 STRU
Characteristics: 128 pages : colour illustrations ; 24 cm

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Dec 24, 2016

Pretty straightforward book about baby blankets. If you are tired of knitting the same old baby blanket for all of your friends/family members children this should help. There are a lot of ideas in here, and they cover a variety of skill levels. Each project is given a skill rating of 1 to 3 stars. Some of the techniques include lace, color work, swiss darning, and entrelac.

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