Little Bean Blanket

 

Ta da! Or should I say 'Ta done'? I am so pleased with this baby blanket for our first grandchild. The pattern is one I've knit before and enjoyed the pattern immensely. This time around, I chose the medium size which is about a crib-size if I was the guessing sort.

The cotton yarn is soft enough to not cause issues with my handing getting stiff or sore. 

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Comments

  1. Ta Done! I like that way of putting it. The baby blanket turned out lovely - such a soft color. And I bet you have already cast on for something new! I need to re-cast on socks that I ripped out the other day.

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  2. TA DONE is always a good thing. Baby's blanket is beautiful.

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  3. Your blanket is beautiful, and it will be nice to look forward to some more baby knitting (after the poncho)!

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  4. Such a pretty pattern. Making the size you did will be great as the grand child will be able to use if for a quite a while. Good to know that cotton did not bother your hands. I may need to give it a try then.

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  5. Lovely! I'm working on a poncho/capelet :-).

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  6. Hi Karen,
    ...I LOVE that blanket...and I've got it in my queue for the next time I need a baby blanket...in fact...I may go ahead and knit one in a nice buttery yellow like you did and have it 'at the ready'...
    ~Have a lovely day!

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  7. I love TaDone! and what a lovely finish it is!!

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  8. Ta done and Ta da indeed! What a wonderful way to welcome a new grandchild. I'm working on a toddler sweater for my granddaughter. The color is as she says, "my blue" which means pink.

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  9. I want that one. I had a b1anket as a chi1d that was ye11ow. It was my comfort thing!

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  10. That is such a pretty blanket. It will get a lot of loving use.

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  11. Oh very lovely 🥰🥰🥰🥰👏👏👏👏👏 well done! Wonderful to have yarn you can work with 💕

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  12. Hello dear!
    A wonderful job! Congratulations :) A wonderful blanket, so sweet and beautiful :) I would like to be able to do something like this :)
    A very inspiring post!
    Greetings from Poland!

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  13. Ta done! I love that! And that blanket will be just perfect to welcome that new baby! :)

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  14. Made me 🙂. I knitted a bit on my jumper and on my shawl.

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