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Cradle Me Blanket

Last week my dear friend Blogless Sharon celebrated the birth of a new grandson. I celebrated by knitting him a blanket.

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I knew as soon as I saw this blanket on the Knitspot blog that I just had to knit it for someone. I greatly appreciate that Sharon’s daughter Heather provided a baby so readily.

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The yarn is gorgeous and comes from another Heather, this being the one that dyes such wonderful yarns and fibers and sells them under the name Sereknity.

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It was a fun pattern to knit and I never got bored. The subtle color changes of the yarn go perfectly with the design and it is oh-so-photogenic.

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I hope Baby Nathaniel feels wrapped in wool-y love every time his mama uses it.

This Post Has 24 Comments

  1. Beautiful pattern and colorway! Nice contrast with the blue sea and sandy colored rocks.

  2. Absolutely beautiful pattern, color, blanket and location to display it!!! Love it!!

  3. Serendipity! I was looking for a baby blanket, not too much of a breeze, to take on a looonnngg car trip.

    Yours is beautiful! And the dyework on the yarn is lovely too. What a nice gift.

  4. How nice. I’ve got a special great niece coming in November – you may have helped with my decision on what extra special gift to make. Thanks Carole!

  5. What a snuggly finished project. I began one for my cousin’s grandchild, but my daughter has claimed it for a reading blanket. Guess I’ll be knitting it twice; good thing it’s so fun to knit!

  6. That’s such a great baby blanket. I love that it’s a non-traditional baby color. So thoughtful of Sharon’s daughter to provide a baby to knit for.

  7. what a gorgeous gift that is. I too, fell in love with that pattern when Anne posted it. That yarn made up into a stunning blanket.

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