Hooked on Needles

Monday, April 22, 2013

Crocheted Doll Blanket

Who doesn't love a quick crochet or knit project that provides practically instant gratification? Here's a little project I worked on over this past week, in between my own school and associated studying and activities with the kids who were off from school for their April vacation. Keep reading and see what gave me instant gratification...

This cute and cozy little doll blanket is made with Red Heart Soft Baby Steps yarn in Baby Blue combined with Bernat Satin yarn in a variegated called Seagrass which is a combination of blues, greens, whites and a little touch of a grayish/silverish sort of color thrown in there too. It really reminds me of the colors of sea glass, so I think that's what it should be called instead of Seagrass! Next time Bernat contacts me for advice, I'll be sure to tell them!

Grace's Kit doll thinks this blanket is just the right size for her, or any of her other 18 inch doll friends! It measures 18.5 inches square. This blanket would also be perfect for a preemie, or for any baby who likes to haul a crocheted blanket everywhere they go!

If you're looking for a darling little doll blanket for some lucky little doll, or a tiny crocheted afghan for a lucky little baby, jump on over to my Etsy shop where you will find this one for sale.

For those of you who might be interested in my schooling escapades, I'm happy to report that I am holding up pretty well this semester with Microbiology and Anatomy & Physiology 1, and with only three weeks left of the semester, my average for both classes is a respectable A! I am finding both classes very interesting and each new meeting brings even more fascination about the wonders of our bodies and how we work. I am, however, looking forward to passing in my last final of the semester on May 10 and having time to work on my ever growing list of creative projects I want to do before starting up again in September!

Happy Stitching!

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