Everyone is having babies again! Remember this post
18 months ago. Well, all these mommies are having their second babies as this will give them their 2 year gap. So my trusted favourite is to crochet borders onto flannel blankets. As my flannel stash is now finished, I went off to the shop and bought a bunch of receiving blankets and crocheted borders on to them. At present I have managed to finish 5 blankets as we are welcoming 5 new little ones.
If you would like to know how I did it and what yarns I used just clip on “All wrapped up!”
That can keep you busy! Nice edgings.
Gorgous, I missed your original post as that was before I discovered blogging, but it’s now pinned – Thankyou! 😀
Nice edgings indeed!You have inspired me 🙂
your talents are endless!
You to kind thank you
That is such a cute and adorable idea.
Thank you, it pretty quick as well
They look lovely! This is perfect timing for me because I will be working on baby blankets this week. Did you double the fabric or just used a single layer? My flannels are not double-sided so I was wondering if I should use two layers.
It’s a single layer, it does get that cold around here. Thanks for visiting and leaving a lovely comment
Those edgings are so pretty. I never thought of doing something like that. I just bought some flannel. I think I know what my next ambitious project with be. Thanks for the idea.
Glad you liked it thank you
I remember the original post, such a lovely finish to crochet the edging.
It’s is and it goes so quick and gives you a lovely personalized gift.
You would love the booklet I bought in an antique and bric-à-brac store recently: Crochet edgings of distinction! It hasn’t a date, but it looks old!
Thanks Carla this info makes me so happy.
these are cute! wish i have someone like you as i just gave birth a week ago.,
Congratulations! Hope all is well with you and baby.
Lots of love from South Africa