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A baby’s blanket provides a sense of security, warmth, love, and will help soften baby’s fears as they face a wide variety of “firsts”.
Besides that, what little one does not love their blanket? Especially a Lovey made just for them by someone special in their life - YOU! Chose the animal, colors, and textures based on your little one’s unique personality.
These Lovey’s make a precious keepsake and reminder of the love and security found in childhood.
Love Is In The Air includes the pattern for: Love Bug and Puppy Love blankets. You can also stuff these blankets with poly-fil to make a soft and cuddly shaped pillow.
-Choice of fabric (minky, chenille, corduroy, flannel, fleece, etc.) 1/2 yard for the love Bug, 2/3 yard for the Puppy, coordinating thread, cutting mat and rotary cutter (optional, but very helpful), scissors, fabric marker, pins, pattern pieces (printed and cut out),15 inches of ribbon (optional)
Instructional Pages: 25
Photos: over 80
Skill level: Intermediate
Finished Size: Love Bug: 17 x 21; Puppy Love: 23 x 21
-Step by step instructions with photos
-Tips & Ideas Page
-Pictures of a variety of finished blankets for inspiration
-An email address for pattern support
*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making a baby quilt. It does include patterns for both animals. Since it is a download, you will receive this by email and it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
I made the lovebug for my daughter and I think the pattern is absolutely adorable and very easy to follow.
Great ebook- my kids just love these! So cuddly and cute. You will love making these and other ebooks from Sister to Sister.
© ©Courtney Braddock 2008 Instructions, patterns, and pictures included in this eBook are copyrighted under US law and are for personal, at home use as well as limited for sale use. Buyer may make items to sell in small quantities (less than 50 items per year) and only in a single family dwelling. Items may not be mass produced. If creating an item for internet sale, please contact author for permission guidelines. Instructions, patterns, and pictures in this book may not be copied or distributed in any form.