So, I attacked that new project like I had stated I would after my little fit of bragging. I have an attached pic. Sorry about it looking heavenly with a slight glow. Guess I need to clean my camera lens...
Anyway, I had completely forgot that I had another baby blanket to whip out. The dad to be sent me a text yesterday asking me if I could make them a blanket (He didn't know I had secretly planned to already, So secretly even I forgot all about it), which sent me into a whirl.
I had preselected Jared Floods Tweed Baby Blanket pattern. It looks pretty simple and straight forward, and I'm actually excited to tackle an I-cord bind off. I've yet to do one and it just seems fun. He has it outlined well and it makes sense in this head of mine.
So here's the question... Has anyone done this pattern and is there any glitches that a perusal of the pattern might not have caught?
May all your needles remain unbent/broken and your skeins unwind smoothly
PS: the pic of the blanket is from the original pattern.
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