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
Posted by Joan on 9th Jan 2013
I also made this set 30 years ago. I'm so happy to find the pattern again as I lost my copy.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Jan 2013
I was intrigued by the different shape of the design on this blanket. Can't wait to start it.
Posted by Carolyn on 3rd Jan 2013
I made this for my baby daughter, now 26. What memories it brings back! When I saw the picture I couldn't believe it! Fun to do, worth the work!
Posted by Ceil on 31st Dec 2012
Purchased this pattern in late 80's and made the baby afghan for my nephew. I loved how well it crocheted up and the colors used set it apart from other patterns. I've lost the original booklet and have re-purchased to crochet another for the next generation of babies coming along!
Posted by Bri on 26th Dec 2012
I made this for my sister's first child 30 years ago, and just made the same blanket for his first child. Timeless.
Posted by Kathy on 7th Nov 2012
I made this 30 years ago for my youngest daughter and looked all over for this pattern for my grandchildren. I even wrote to Leisure Arts asking about it.
Posted by Unknown on 29th Sep 2012
I spotted this pattern online, but not as a baby blanket. It was done up as a queen size afghan, and the colors that were used caught my eye - I knew I had to hunt it down and get it for me. It was shown on You Tube, from there to Etsy, and when I emailed the person that made it, she led me to Leisure Arts. Now it's mine..
Posted by Knitting Mary on 27th Sep 2012
Many years ago I found this pattern, fell in love with it, and after making it, I put it in my hope chest, planning to give to one of my nieces or nephews (who were children at the time) when they had a child. In 2006, I sent it to my niece/goddaughter when she gave birth to her first child...that little girl still loves her 'rainbow afghan'. I also made a set for my dear friend living in Texas when she had her first son...who is now expecting his own son with his wife. My girlfriends, evfen to this day, refer to this pattern as "THE" baby afghan...we all liked the pattern so much
Posted by Beth Ham on 25th Sep 2012
I have seen so many beautiful pinned photos and pictures on Facebook of blankets & sets made with this pattern I just had to purchase it. I have not made it yet, but it is definitely in my queue!
Posted by Unknown on 11th Sep 2012
I made this pattern many years ago. I lost it and recently saw it again. A male friend of mine has it. It brought tears to my eyes as I made it over 30 years or so ago for my child. I was happy to see it is attainable. I guess because it was so challenging and I was able to make it successfully is what made it so special.
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