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Blanket72dpi2 The eyelet-like yoke of yesterday's sweater reminded me that I never formatted the Tiramisu Baby Blanket for you. Click here to get the pattern. Organic cotton is super-yummy, but you can use another worsted-weight something if you want, no problem. It's easy to do and I think you'll like it. Please enjoy!

155 comments

Vanessa Tarantino says: July 06, 2016 at 07:39 PM

Could you please send me the pattern for the Teddy Bear on the blue baby blanket

If I wanted to make this blanket larger, should I add in multiples of 3?

Charlene Bolduc says: September 17, 2017 at 04:24 PM

How many would I chain start with if I wanted to make this a little larger?

Tina Sheffield says: February 03, 2019 at 02:28 PM

Alicia Paulson, I've tried the Tiramisu blanket, but have trouble
with the edges, no matter how many times I've tried, the edges
don't come out straight. Can you tell me what I'm doing wrong?
I need your advice!!

This is hands down my favourite pattern I love for baby blankets. Even in 2021 I still refer to it for baby blankets and scarves and sweaters and potholders🤭. I had the pattern card it originally came on for a calendar or craft kit I think, but have since lost it to time. But thank goodness it is still available online. Thank you, years later

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My name is Alicia Paulson
and I love to make things. I live with my husband and daughter in Portland, Oregon, and design sewing, embroidery, knitting, and crochet patterns. See more about me at aliciapaulson.com

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