A blanket for my Goddaughter – Part Two

I’ve been meaning to post this for a while but what with moving house, finally learning to drive at the ripe old age of 30 and holding down the day job, I’ve been a bit lax. But I am pleased to say that  after many MANY days of knitting (often before the sun was even up) to get it finished, I finally knitted the last stitches of my baby Goddaughter’s cashmere blanket just before Christmas. It’s super soft and cosy (just like her) and if you can ignore the slightly wobbly stitching at the beginning looks rather lovely with its moss stitch pattern. Here it is just before it was wrapped up and given to her on her Christening day…

Cream and beige cashmere baby blanket

 

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