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Snuggle with these warm, 100% cotton blankets!

Price: varies by size of blankets + shipping

Ones I’ve made before:




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  1. So pretty! Are they crocheted? The rose one is amazing.

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    1. They are crocheted with 100% cotton yarn. I have patterns for every letter with a rose. That one was for my daughter’s 2nd birthday.

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  2. I really wish this was a skill I had.. I tried knitting once but got so frustrated. Don't have any close family or friends to teach me to crochet.

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    1. I tried knitting and it was awful the yarn kept flying off the needle 🤣. I learned to crochet on YouTube to help with my anxiety.

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  3. Beautiful!! Makes me want to get my crochet basket back out :) you do beautiful work!

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    1. Thank you! I love crocheting but can’t for long periods of time because of my arthritis and carpal tunnel.

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  4. Such nice blankets! The monogrammed one is such a special keepsake.

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    1. Thank you! Her monogram blanket took me about 100 hours of work but it was so worth it.

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