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Teddy Taggie Blanket

Teddy Taggie Blanket
Alice is almost 5 months old. Just the age when they start stuffing everything into their mouths. So I made her a taggie blanket with a soft minky backing and a crinkle layer in the middle, and attached some plastic rings for her to munch on. She is slightly obsessed with it! For the blanket: - The pattern (download it as a PDF and print to A4) - Fabric for the front, 10"x12" - Minky for the back, 10"x12" - An oven roasting bag (if you want a layer in the middle to make that cool crinkly sound that babies go nuts for), cut a 10"x12" piece. I know it's a bit strange, using a roasting bag, but trust me it works! For the name patch: (you can leave this out completely, but I think it's a nice touch) - Felt, 3"x4" (longer names may need a larger piece) - Patch fabric, 3"x4" - Scallop edge pinking scissors (ordinary zigzag pinking scissors as an alternative) - Embroidery thread (6 strand cotton - e.g. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

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