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This pattern is so beautiful and incredibly easy. I made an infinity scarf 72 inches by 7 inches. I started with a foundation single crochet and ended with a single so it had a finished look and didn't need any edging. I completed it in just three days working only in the evenings. My daughter absolutely loves it. Thank you so much for sharing.
soooo the edging is that pattern trimmed in red? Where you have to chain 9 then do dc's?It doesn't look like it mataches the pink blanket pattern.
I'm sorry you're struggling with this one. Some patterns are a little more challenging and the edging is an example of one of those patterns designed for a crocheter who has some miles on their hook. Perhaps I'll revisit the pattern and add in a simpler border for more beginning crocheters to tackle and be successful with.
The edging is gorgeous when you do fit in the same colour yarn or a complimentary colour yarn to your main project :-) the red doesn't match the pink because they're not on he same blanket that's all.
This pattern is great BUT...I can't find the pattern for the edging!!! This is sooooooo frustrating!
I'm not sure why you can't find the edging for the blanket (since it's in the pattern) so I uploaded it once again to see if maybe there was an issue with the pattern that was already uploaded? If you're still frustrated, you can try to download it in Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/babys-best-bumpy-blanket-2
I can't find the the pattern for edging either. I'm finished with the blanket other than the edging
The edging can be found from page 3-6 in the pattern, written instructions on oages 3 & 4, and a photo tutorial on pages 5 & 6 :-)
Found this pattern, can find no instructions for border even tho I had gone to your blog as instructed. Also so no info on amount of yarn needed for the 30x36 baby blanket. Any hints for border pattern?
The amount of yarn you will need to complete the pattern is listed in the description. Also, the pattern has the border included. You won't find it on my blog.
why is the edging separate?
I've made this; it's fun. Once, in a crunch, I made a quick gift in one afternoon! Trick: I took 2 Lion Brand Pound of Love's one pink, one white. I held the 2 strands together and used a P hook. The blanket was thick and warm and had that lovely texture. I've since made several other gifts with the same method some pink/white; sone blue/white. Since it's so quick, I can wait to see if the baby is a boy or girl.
That's an excellent idea for a quick work up. I love doing it in 4ply. Yet it does take longer, I'll have to keep your trick in mind for when I need a quick, last minute option!
this is gorgeous i can't wait to give it a go, thank you :)
Please clear up the pattern for the edging of the Baby Bumps blanket.....unclear as to what the pattern should be....
The pattern has been revamped and a complete photo tutorial has been added to walk you through how to work the edging.
Where? I can't find it!
It can be found on oages 3-6 of the pattern
Pattern downloads but will not open. Same with the Monkey booties.
Please contact craftsy for this issue as it's on their end, not mine :)
Am trying to determine the amount of yarn necessary in ounces as the yarn mentioned appears to come in two different skein sizes--7 oz and 14 oz. Can anyone tell me how much yarn in yards or ounces is needed for this baby blanket? Thank you.
It varies depending on hook size used for gauge. I would recommend two 7 oz skeins (or one 14 oz skein) for the blanket portion only using the recommended hook. You will need an extra skein if working the border.
Tanya--Thanks for the clarification.Joan
Pattern won't download. Really want to use this for a blanket. Please fix! Thank you!
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