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Gumdrops Baby Blanket in Summer 2014 Crochet!

I’m happy to announce that my Gumdrops Baby Blanket pattern is available in the Summer 2014 issue of Crochet!, page 68.

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Gumdrops Baby blanket“Rows of puff stitches look like gumdrops in this adorable baby blanket that will be a sweet treat for any new arrival. Just change the color palette for a baby boy.”

Some of the great patterns included in this issue are:

Boho Circles Necklace & Earrings by Joyce Bragg. “Rich, vivid colors and a chic, Bohemian design give fun, carefree style to this striking jewelry set that’s surprisingly easy to stitch. Make it in metallic thread for extra dazzle!”

Chambray Jacket by Ann E. Smith. “This versatile jacket can easily go from weekend casual to office chic depending on what you wear it with. Don’t you love it when a wardrobe piece offers different style options?”

Graphic Tee by Rebecca Velasquez. “This pretty top is worked in just two pieces using dolman construction. A graphic diamond pattern is worked within the granny pattern at the same time, row by row, to add eye-catching interest.”

Scene-Stealer Satchel by Debra Arch. “A water-resistant raffia yarn gives this beautiful tote a natural straw-like appearance, using different colors for the lining can create a variety of options to complement your wardrobe”

There are also specialty stitches provided by Lily Chin, Linda Dean and Shannon Mullett – Bowlsby, plus items using these stitches.

In short, there’s a lot to see in this issue so be sure to pick one up.

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