Sunday, March 29, 2015

Finished Art Gallery Knit Blankets

Thank you for sticking with me through the tutorials to make these blankets.  I hope that at least someone out there finds them helpful!  You can find part 1 here and part 2 here.  
art gallery knit blankets
I thought I'd take a minute to post a picture of each blanket along with the fabric details.  All of the fabrics used here are made by Art Gallery fabrics.  Their knits are 58"-60" wide and are wonderfully soft.  
art gallery knit blanket
Blanket: Buck Forest Mist, Binding: Adventure Springs 
art gallery knit blanket
Blanket: Make Patches Shabby, Binding: Peachy Custard Solid 
art gallery knit blanket
Blanket: Adventure Springs, Binding: Amaranth Solid
art gallery knit blanket
Blanket: Bullion Fronds Carnation, Binding: Turquoise Solid 
art gallery knit blanket
Blanket: Serape Ferver, Binding: Deep Dark Ocean Solid
art gallery knit blanket
Blanket: Binding: Untangled Ribbons, Binding: Strawberry Kiss Solid
art gallery knit blanket
Blanket: Follow Me Moonlight, Binding: Tin Tint Solid
art gallery knit blanket
Blanket: Cottagely Posy, Binding: Sahara Sun Solid

And since I promised to let you know what I did with my leftover knit from the smaller blankets, I am turning them into the most wonderfully soft burp cloths.  I saw this idea over at Made by Rae and they are knit on one side . . . 
knit/double gauze burp cloth
and Cotton + Steel double gauze on the other.  I used this template to create the shape.  
knit/double gauze burp cloth
They are so soft and light and perfect.  And very cute.  

Please let me know if you have any questions about the tutorials.  


Most of the fabrics in this post were provided by Art Gallery Fabrics at my request.  I have done my best to portray my honest opinions.  

8 comments :

  1. Very nice blankets, look comfy.

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  2. This makes me want to have another baby! They turned out FABULOUS!!!!!

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  3. Good Morning! All your blankets turned out beautiful! GREAT job :) Your "models" seemed to be enjoying themselves lol how cute! Matching burp rags are the perfect idea! Every baby quilt I make I add a set of 4 burp rags with the matching colors :) I love the pattern of yours! Enjoy your week :)

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  4. thanks for another excellent tutorial - lots of good information for those of us that have never sewn with knits. love your models too ;)

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  5. Thanks for sharing, love them all. Great pics & tutorial.

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  6. Such cute kids to model the blankets.

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  7. Holy blanket tolido! You have been on a roll with these knits! Great choices as they turned out super lovely! I wish I had these to snuggle in when I was a baby! hehe

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