Thursday, March 19, 2015

Patchwork Baby Blanket Rose



The Patchwork Baby Blanket Rose has been shipped off to a far away land to comfort and sooth a new baby girl expected in April. The instructions were clear and with some Pam Kitty Morning fabric in my stash it wasn't hard to succeed. You can read more about the start of this project here.
The blanket is glorious in pink and blue shades with rose patterns all over. It is perfect for a new arrival with its super soft fleece backing. I wish the new mother to be good luck and lots of love filled moments with her new baby.

Making a patchwork blanket like this is quite a simple business. It takes time and focus of course, but it isn't fiddly or hard at all. If you are interested I can write down a little Step-By-Step tutorial on how to make your own? Please let me know.

Kärlek
Annette




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34 comments :

  1. It's beautiful Annette and I love how you've done the corners they look perfect.

    S x

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    1. Hi Sandra,
      Thank you Sandra! Happy Friday dear!
      Xxx

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  2. Sim,sim.Estou interessada por um tutorial amiga Annete.Boa quinta.Beijo.Valéria.

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    1. Oi Valéria!
      Tutorial está chegando. Obrigado por seu visiti hoje e fim de semana feliz.
      XXX

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  3. Beautiful, I'm sure it will be treasured, it's such a lovely baby gift, one that can be kept. CJ xx

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  4. Very pretty and sweet. I'd enjoy seeing a tutorial on your blanket; it's lovely. Heather

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  5. I would love directions - this is beautiful.

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  6. Such a beautiful little blanket. I'm sure the new mum will be over the moon with it.

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  7. I would LOVE a step by step tutorial! Please! :)

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    1. Hi
      Tutorial is coming. Stay tuned!
      Happy Weekend.
      Xxx

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  8. Oooh, yes! I would love a tutorial. It's is fab! x

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  9. Annette, I would love a step by step tutorial for making your beautiful quilt!

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  10. This is gorgeous! Just perfect for a new little baby!
    Susie
    PS Directions would be wonderful!

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  11. Ja, gör det! Jättefint!! Ska själv sy ett i dagarna.

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    1. Hej Albina
      Jag ska ordna med en tutorial. Passar ju perfekt för dig som ska göra ette get täcke. Mina rutor är 15x15 cm. Klipp eller skär med tygskärare 36 rutor. SY ihop en rad i taget från vänster till höger. Sedan syr du ihop 2 rader i taget med början från första raden. Slutligen syr du ihop de 3 sektionerna av dubbla rader och framsidan är klar. När du pressar de ihopsydda raderna så pressar du sömmen åt höger i en rad och vänster i nästa så att hörnorna matchar bra när du syr ihop dem.

      När du är klar med framsidan tar du fleece (jag köper fleecetäcken från IKEA) till baksidan. Placera framsidan med rätsidan ner på rätsidan av fleecetyget och släta ut så gott det går. Tänk på att fleece stretchar något så var lite försiktig. Nåla i varje söm och hörna. Sy ihop med söm ca 1 cm in runt hela täcken och lämna en öppning lika stor som en ruta ungefär så du kan vända filten.

      Sy en snedsöm i varje hörn ca 1 cm in och klipp av "örat". Vänd filten in och ut genom öppningen och fixa till hörnen. Vik in tyg och fleece i öppningen för att kunna stänga med kaststygn. Sy ihop öppningen diskret.

      Pressa filten på låg värne från framsidan så att du får en jämn och fin kant runt hela filten. Sy en söm ca 1-1,5 cm in fran kanten runt hela filten. Färdig!

      Lycka till. Bilder kommer senare men nu kan du börja.

      Xxx

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  12. So pretty! I would love a tutorial to learn how to make this. It would be a great gift alternative to crocheting a blanket.

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    1. Hi
      Tutorial is coming. Stay tuned!
      Happy Weekend.
      Xxx

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  13. It's beautiful. I'd love a tutorial!

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  14. Lovely blanket Annette! I would like a tutorial very much!
    🌸 Diana Labrie

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    1. Hi Diana,
      Tutorial is coming. Stay tuned!
      Happy Weekend.
      Xxx

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  15. I love this idea! I have been trying to figure out how to make a patchwork quilt EASILY because I am such a beginner. You have given me some serious inspiration with this project! Great work :-)

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    1. Hi
      Thank you! Tutorial is coming. Stay tuned!
      Happy Weekend.
      Xxx

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  16. Darlene Celestin in LouisianaMarch 19, 2015 at 9:27 PM

    Yes, would love a tutorial. I also love the corners. It's such a beautiful quilt and that little girl will have a treasure for sure.

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  17. What a beautiful quilt. I'd love to see a tutorial, Annette. Thank you.

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  18. It's beautiful! I would love to see a tutorial!

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  19. Te ha quedado muy bonito y las telas preciosas,bss

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  20. How beautiful! I am due my third baby in June and although we don't know what it is I have plenty of lovely fabrics to make one for a girl and one for a boy...and plenty of other pregnant friends to give one to also. Looking forward to the tutorial 😊

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  21. What a beauty, Annette. A blankie like that with the retro fabrics I got from you would be super cute, I think!! Would love the pattern! Pati x

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  22. It turned out so very pretty! I love those quick projects. I like to edge those in a bit of crochet sometimes. An ever quicker blanket, for those unexpected gifts, two pieces of fleece or flannel back to back edged in crochet are always a hit with mommies to be. Wishing you a sunny weekend!

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  23. Hej! Jag ser att du skrivit att en beskrivning kommer att komma. Så glad jag blir! Jag ska bli faster i sommar och vill gärna sy en liknande liten filt till bebisen :) Underbar blogg du har!

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  24. I think your quilt is just lovely and would love to get the instructions! Thank you!

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Kärlek
Annette

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