Number of Projects: 3 (blanket, jacket & booties)
Size: Blanket: 28" x 28"; Garments: Birth to 3 months (up to 13 lbs.)
Designer: Helen Passey
Original Publication: Leisure Arts Leaflet #191
Description: Set is crocheted of baby weight yarn using sizes F, D, and E crochet hooks. Short-sleeve jacket and booties feature ribbon ties.
Product Type: Digital Download
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Posted by Simone from Canada on 30th Sep 2013
This pattern is a real classic, I am so happy that it was not lost and gone forever, I used to have way back when, it went missing, I think I loaned it out. When I saw it, I purchased it right away with your ebooks, which is a great way to get the patterns I really love. I cannot wait to get my yarn out and get started on this beauty, once again. Thanks for bringing it back.
Posted by Kathy Dahlstrom on 16th Sep 2013
I fell in love with this pattern when I first saw it! There are so many different color combinations that can be done for either a girl or a boy! I have made 2 set already and everyone comments on how beautiful it is.I'm now working on my third set for my next grand-son, loving the pattern with blues & greens! It is so easy to follow the directions, anyone wanting to make it will love it as much as I do!
Posted by Sue on 8th Aug 2013
I purchased the original book when it came out a very long time ago. Through my many moves and such, it got misplaced. I've been searching for a replacement and was in SHOCK that I found one! THANK YOU LEISURE ARTS!!!!!
Posted by Maria on 12th Jul 2013
I've been making this blanket and set for over 25 years. To this day, my friends can remember this blanket and often it's been kept as a keepsake. Seems like I even repaired one some time ago. I've received many photos with the babies and children (later) that have the blanket in this set. I can't go to a baby shower any more without one of these as a gift! It's like having your favorite dish to pass. :)
Posted by Carol on 12th Jul 2013
I inherited this pattern from one of the books I got from my sister when she died. I unfortunately loaned it to a friend who lost while moving. Cant tell you what a thrill is was to find again, especially since my granddaughter is now expecting my first greatgrandchild. Only Wish I could get the whole book.
Posted by Faye on 27th Jun 2013
I first made this blanket 35 years ago. The woman I made it for was expecting her first baby and loved it. I am so glad you put it back. I lost mine when I moved years ago. I have been looking for it. Thank you.
Posted by JJ on 21st Jun 2013
I've been making this pattern for over 20 years and love it!!
Posted by Carol on 15th Jun 2013
I made one of these in the mid-80s. I have had requests for THIS afghan ever since. Mostly for Brights.. did one in Red and White only for an xmas baby. Friends ask for the pattern, but until I saw this I had thought I was out of print. Going to my LYS to let them know it IS available WOW.. it is fun, easy and addictive with minimal finish construction.
Posted by carrie on 5th Jun 2013
Its fun and easy Ive made it many times now im going to make it for my Grand Baby : D
Posted by rose on 26th May 2013
I bought this pattern when I was pregnant with my son in 1987 because I loved the size and the pattern. It is in many photo's of him as a newborn and infant including the cherished generation pictures with those no longer with us. I loaned the blanket to my sister who used it with both her children. She gave it to my brother when his son was born. My brother returned it to me after his son outgrew it and I put it away in my cedar chest.
Little did I know when I was happily crocheting a blanket for my expected son in 1987 it would still be around for his son and my first grandson to be born in November 2013.
Even though I still have this pattern and have made this blanket and given it as a gift many, many times I love the idea of using what has become a family heirloom.
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