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This pink blocks baby blanket is great for keeping your little one warm. It's the ideal size for the car seat and stroller. This sturdy blanket will withstand hundreds of spills and stains and even greater laundry days. It's bound to become a family favourite.
Finished Size: 34" (86 cm) x 34" (86 cm)
Pattern is worked over a multiple of 14 +10 stitches. Note that if you are using the same garter stitch border that is shown, you will have to add 24 to the total number of cast on stitches.
Knit and Purl
This blanket is made using Bernat Premium 100% Acrylic. however, you can use any worsted weight yarn.
Blanket is machine washable and dry-able using low heat. Should the blanket shrink, simply machine wash, reshape and lay flat to dry.
**If you would like this finished blanket please send me a convo and I can make you a custom order with the colour of your choice.
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Once payment is received, I will process your order.
For custom orders, payment must be made in order to begin production.
Returns & exchanges
If you are unsatisfied with your item, you can exchange it for another. The item must be returned in the same condition that it was received.
Refunds will be gladly given, but the decision to do so must be within 7 days of receiving the item. For returns, the item must be in the same condition that it was received.
Unfortunately, at this time, refunds cannot be given on shipping charges and it is the responsibility of the buyer to assume charges for return postage.
No refunds and/or exchanges will be given on Knitting Patterns.
Custom orders are always welcome!
I will create a custom listing and payment must be made in full in order to begin production.
All items are made in a smoke free home.
While I aim for perfect pieces, none of my items are flawless. (After all they are made by flawed human hands). I like to think that these imperfections add to the character of an item.
For additional free knitting patterns, please visit my blog at www.mockingbirdknits.com