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Ferris Wheel Baby Blanket


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Make your very own round crochet afghan with the Ferris Wheel Baby Blanket pattern. Rounds of pastel colors make this pattern light and still eye-catching at the same time. This crochet baby afghan is versatile and can be made for both boys and girls. Once you start crocheting round crochet baby blankets, you'll never want to crochet anything else.

Ferris Wheel Baby Blanket
Ferris Wheel Baby Blanket
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Crochet Hook: J/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I'm also looking forward to working on this unique baby blanket with many colors. Here's the link to the pattern http// == aby-blanket.html.

This is one of the cutest round afghans I have ever seen and I can't wait to stArt on it. I was all ready seeing it in my mind hanging on the wall. I really like making things that can be displayed for people to see. This would also make a great rug if you made it out of thicker yarn.

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I am looking forward to working up this pattern, I am always looking for cute baby blanket patterns. I donate the blankets I make to a charity for moms to be that are pretty much on their own. I want these girls to feel special; if I make an un-noticeable mistake (not to my eyes), I pull out until I reach the goof and fix it. These babies get the best I can give. Also thank you for the print pattern button! Guess this wasn't much of a review, I know I am going to enjoy working on this pattern.


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