19 Patterns For Making a Baby Blanket with Tags
Whether a baby shower’s gift or a casual throw-over, tag blanket never fails to impress. The winsome tags bordering the quilt lends one-of-a-kind look stressing the necessity of recycling distressed straps of mismatched fabric. Lay it on the couch or wrap your back and arms, the visually-appealing blanket provides the ultimate comfort.
Taggie toys are the latest amusement for toddlers. Bundling up in the comfy duvet, they too enjoy a royal sleep.
A feast for the eyes, the bedspread, surely steals the heart, exuding lovey-dovey vibe at the outset of winter.
A marvelous addition to your newborn’s nursery, the tag blanket will keep him cozy and warm giving you some time off.
A spectrum of ribbons attached to the borders of the blanket emanates charm fooling the gusty winds.
The new sewing enthusiasts can take up the project as their first venture for a successful stint without much of needlework.
The winter to-do list cannot miss a tag blanket that you can carry to a picture-perfect picnic and cuddle up your little one while basking in the sun.
Dazzling in red the blue tags complements the retro look of the nifty blanket giving you the best of both the worlds.
The pick is about the awesome selection of striped ribbons, bringing a contrasting effect to the warm quilt.
Once your kiddo grows out of the blanket, you can include it to your picnic supplies unfolding into a dapper luncheon mat.
With all his favorite vehicles at one place, your baby boy cannot stop meddling with it the whole day.
Splurge on rugged fabric pieces and sew a pretty blanket with cutesy ribbons protruding out from all the sides.
The snowy blanket is just what your baby needs when the weather outside gets rough. It’s an absolute fitting for a white winter.
Understated yet elegant the ruffled blanket can be given as a baby homecoming gift. Having a personal touch increases its aesthetic value.
The baby’s first companion is a beautiful owl blanket created by her dearest mother that would be cherished forever.
If your snazzy wardrobe has been hiding old pieces of fabric, then it’s time pull them out and sewn into an adorable patchwork blanket. The chain of rings attached at one corner can be secured to the stroller to prevent the blanket from falling off.
The delicate touch of a tag blanket keeps your little angel cuddled while the plentiful ribbons add blobs of charm. For beginners, it’s the best sewing endeavor to beat the winter blues.
Published on August 11th 2016 by Michelle Anderson