New version of lovey comfort taggie blankets! What do you think?By
Relief Share Presidents note:
How do you like the lovey blankets I am working on?
This is my grandson’s – he gets to test ‘new’ items, and so far, it’s a huge success.
I was making tons of taggie blankets for the hospital but the ribbon cost so much that I decided to knit icords for the edge instead. Yes, it is time consuming but can be done with yarn scraps
If you want to help, you can sew the lovey blankets and send them finished to
6078 Lundy Rd,
Houston, MO 65483-2225 – they are 12″ square and you can use up your scraps for a good cause.
We are needing more soft fuzzy fabric like you see in the picture and minky, chenille, polar fleece, kids prints, flannel, etc to make them with.
Send your left over yarn scraps as well, they make great loops! If you crochet tubes pretty tightly, they can be used, too.
You should see the kids with this, it’s a lot of fun! These fun comfort lovey blankets go to children in hospital, crisis centers, homeless shelters, adoption agencies, mental health organizations, indian reservations, refugee centers, women’s shelters, etc.