My latest DIY post is up on Momtastic with step by step instructions on sewing a really simple baby blanket with fake mitered corners. Seriously all it takes is folding over fabric, pinning and sewing a straight line. I promise you can do it. Full instructions with photos here. I’ve used this new cheating technique on several blankets. Look how cute my niece June looks in hers.
Liz, I am working on this blanket and everything was smooth sailing up until the sewing. I am re-learning my sewing skills and I can't remember how to make the foot less tense on the fabric and the fabric getting stuck because its to much fabric. Can you let me know what you did? firstname.lastname@example.org is my email
Sheesh, now you've given away how simple my baby gifts are . . . .Love the fabric!
My new babe, Augie, was the lucky recipient of that beautiful yellow blanket. Now I'll have to try my hand at the pattern.
I get compliments on the blanket every time I use it. Thank you Auntie Liz!
adorable! and so is that june
This is so great, I hope my skills will suffice
thank you so much, what a great blanket
this is fantastic. thank you for sharing!
I just added the link to the fabric at the bottom of the post, fyi!the basket and blocks were from a vintage shop in Salt Lake. Abode I think.
super cute! i love how easy it is to make.
So cute! Definitely trying this one for my next project.
and where did you find the basket?
link to fabric, please! super cute.
awesome, can't wait to try it!
Where did you find such adorable pennant banner fabric?That's so easy, but it looks amazing! Aren't those the best projects!?
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