Happily Ever After..........
That is beautiful! I love the cherry blossom fabric.
It is sooo beautiful. I can't wait to see pictures of it with your cherub.
Sweet, she did a great job, it is beautiful.
It's beautiful!How big are the loops though?? I'm just thinking that it looks like it would get caught on everything and maybe be hazardous that way...
Meema did an AWESOME job! It's just soo cute! She'll LOVE it!
That came out wonderfully. I'm really going to have to try this.
So pretty! And is that the really soft pink fabric on the other side? Nice!
That is so cute. I wish I had one of these when my girls were little!!!
I agree with Abby from Massachusetts (wonder where?). Bring it back, I can easily make them shorter. That's been on my mind ever since. (and I hate these word verification things, I swear I get them right and they kick them back anyway!!)
Meema says Thanks everybody. The loops actually look a little bigger in the picture though. We are actually considering shortening them though.
I didn't know about this craft.... Where did it start and why a "tag" blanket.. Sorry, I must be behind the times....(would someone leave a note on my blog explaining?) - Thank you.Alyson
I love the pinky silky blossom fabric..that is really pretty.I have one that Doris made and have packed it in Zoe's little back pack ready!
Great job Meema! Abby is so lucky to have you as a grandmother. Your kindness and acceptance are awesome. Jenny, Laurie and Pete are lucky to have you as mom!!!!
I'm from North Central MA originally, but living way out in North Adams (very top left corner of the state, walking distance to NY and VT) for college. =)Good luck with the blanket!!
What a great tag blanket!! I love the fabric choices!!!
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