Published at Thursday, December 13th, 2018 - 05:16:38 AM. Blanket. By Darcel Leroux.
Receiving blankets are those perfect-sized blankets made especially for small babies. They are made of very soft, usually cotton or other washable fabric. They may be just a thick light flannel. Cotton baby blankets abound in color and patterns matching nursery themes. For slightly older babies, you can choose slightly heavier blankets, perhaps a cotton woven design.
A knitter can make a patchwork quilt out of colored squares. She can make small swatches using the basic knit stitch until she has enough to constitute the size of a blanket. Once she has reached that point, she only has to sew the squares together by hand to create a hand-made quilt. She can alternate squares in the recipient's college colors or choose shades that coordinate with the decor of the room in which it will be placed. Lace, fringe or some other kind of trim can be sewn around the edges on both sides of the blanket.
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