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Reversible Baby Blanket


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  • Hand Sewing

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Pattern Details

I would rate this as a advanced beginner crocheter. You also need some basic sewing skills. No sewing machine required. This is a very easy beginner pattern with spectacular results! I love crocheted blankets and I also am very fond of fabric. Put the two together and you have one really unique and thoughtful piece of hand made goodness. Complete crochet and hand sewing instructions are included for the approx 31" x 30" blanket and I have added two edging options. The instructions do not include the name of any of the fabric shown. You will need to choose and purchase your own fabric and coordinating yarn. My customers and clients love that it is a unique, one of a kind, hand made family heirloom. Thank you to all who have been requesting the pattern for this blanket. I so appreciate the tremendous interest and support. This is a copyrighted pattern. Selling, copying or distributing this pattern in any form is prohibited. **Selling the finished product is permitted*** I am always available to help! Not just for babies. Toddlers love them too. I made some as lap blankets for my mother in law and the ladies at her nursing home. Perfect size for them! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY would rate this as a advanced beginner crocheter. You also need some basic sewing skills! No sewing machine required! you need to have some basic crochet shills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS approx 31" x 30"

Supplies Needed

  • fabric: one yard of desired cotton fabric
  • button thread to match yarn/fabric
  • crochet hook size Q

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Sheila Zachariae's Pattern Store
I was taught to knit by my mother in my teens in the '70's and I quickly went from that to cross stitch and then needlepoint. Life goes on to a full time job, marriage, a child and then in early in 2004, I was forced to stay off my feet. I pick up the needles and started with knitting a scarf and then another, and then another. Next thing I know, I have 50 of them. Off to a local art gallery I go to peddle my wares. They loved and sold them all. Creative Design was born. Three upscale children's boutiques and women's wear shops later, here I am. Fingers flyin' with an Etsy shop sheilalikestoknit and lovin' Craftsy! I can most often be found in "my chair" surrounded by a pile of yarn, fabric, more yarn, needles, another pile of yarn, patterns, more fabric...etc. We love to travel, eat good food, be with family and great friends. Knitwear: my handmade knitwear is lovingly created by me. The process of choosing great fabric and yarn colors is half the fun. Knitting it all up and seeing it come together is wonderful and the final moment of seeing this creation around someones neck, on a little body, noggin or in their stroller is the BEST. My Philosophy: I am committed to quality fabric and fiber. Attention to detail, craftsmanship and customer satisfaction will always be part of that philosophy.