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    Here is my finished baby blanket

    Its only took me 10 days to do, which is an achievement for me.

    I did all the squares seperately and blanket stitched them together so i can use it eitehr way up

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    Very nice! I like it.

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    BC - what a great job you did!! What's next?
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    Very colorful! It's a great blanket. And congrats on your speed record!
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    Cute blanket......and done fast too.

    What is next?

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    im going to attempt to learn to crochet, i can do a line but other than that i can't do anything else.

    If it fails ill use the left over wool and knit another blanket or some mini mittens, which are easy enough its just basically a square folded over and sewn together

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    Great job! I love the colors you used

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    I really like the patchwork look of it. What a great gift.
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