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Making and Baking

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Baby Blue, Baby Blanket

I'm happily in between jobs right now while I wait for my visa to come through, so I'm finishing off projects that have been siting on my to-do list for a while such as this lovely baby blue blanket in Lion Brand Cotton Ease yarn. I really like the size and simplicity of this pattern, one I've made before but that always makes me happy to knit. Not that I don't like a full to-do list, but it does feel great to cross off lovely creative projects, especially when I know they are going to find their way to friends and new babies, of which there are going to be plenty this year! (iI'm certainly feeling my age with all these lovely pregnant friends around me, blimey.) Congratulations to all of you wonderful women: Louisa, Bethany, Sofia, Jemma, Catie, Kath and one too soon to mention! :) I'd better get knitting!

Perhaps my next project should be painting this wall ;)

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