Miss Sophia C's Edging

from The Fur~Babies Momma

Miss Sophia C's Edging Pattern

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Crocheting: Miss Sophia C's Edging
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • chain
  • double crochet
  • picot
  • sc3tog
  • sc
  • shell
  • skip

Pattern Description:

Miss Sophia C is the second Sophia that I know who was born this summer. This Miss Sophia was born to a former student of mine.

Miss Sophia C is a special baby. She was born at 27 weeks, 2.5 pounds and I believe, 15" long. She has spent the first 7 weeks of her life in the NICU receiving the BEST care any micro-preemie could receive.

I told her momma I wanted to send her something special. I wanted a real righ looking receiving blanket and I think I accomplished this. The material of the blanket is a rich pink and the hearts are deeper pink. I tried my best to match my pink to the hearts. I think I did pretty doos when you consider the thread in the blanket and the thread were from different companies.

100% of the purchase price for the pattern goes to Natalie's 2nd Chance Shelter, a no-kill dog shelter in my home state of Indiana. It is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.

The Fur~Babies and I thank you.

Materials:

  • crochet thread
  • steel hook - 6/1.6MM
  • aluminum hook - E/4-3.50MM
  • tapestry / yarn needle
  • scissors
  • something to edge

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Bernat Handicrafter Thread

About Designer

About Designer

tavish on craftsy.com

I am a retired middle school teacher. My passion for teaching has morphed into a passion for all things crochet.

When you do buy my patterns, all of your money will go to Natalie's Second Chance Shelter, a no kill dog shelter in my home state of Indiana.

The "Fur~Babies" and I thank you for your purchase.

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