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I'm excited to uncover this page. I need to to...

2012-07-20T22:54:21.104-05:00

I'm excited to uncover this page. I need to to thank you for your time for this wonderful read!! I definitely loved every bit of it and i also have you book-marked to check out new things on your site.



Another suggestion is to use a rotary quilting cut...

2011-12-19T10:41:32.686-06:00

Another suggestion is to use a rotary quilting cutter and purchase the new blades that are now in stores for making slits along the sides of the blankets. By using this, you can purchase any piece of unfinished flannel and crochet a border of any size right into the blanket. I was recently given one of these new blades to tryout and have made blankets for adults and babies using flannel and fleece. It is a wonderful tool to have around if you are more interested in crocheting than sewing. :)



You can use a wing needle on a sewing machine as w...

2011-06-09T22:26:03.977-05:00

You can use a wing needle on a sewing machine as well to make holes in fabric that doesn't already have the blanket stitch.



Thanks! This is exactly what I was looking for. My...

2011-02-24T16:42:10.588-06:00

Thanks! This is exactly what I was looking for. My piece of fleece does not yet have blanket stitching around it; but I will get out my yarn needle and do that first.



What did you use to make the holes for the crochet...

2010-06-17T22:10:10.335-05:00

What did you use to make the holes for the crochet hook?



Thank you so much, I am a beginner crocheter and y...

2009-11-04T09:35:13.134-06:00

Thank you so much, I am a beginner crocheter and your instructions were so easy and I finally did a scalloped edge. I will definitely check out your patterns. I really appreciate you taking the time to explain this so that I could understand it. I am making washcloths for Christmas since I lost my job, and wanted a pretty edge.



Thanks so much! Is there some way to join two pie...

2009-06-16T10:42:00.545-05:00

Thanks so much! Is there some way to join two pieces of fabric using a similar technique? If so, could you post it?