Purple Fans - Child's Afghan

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36" x 42" child's afghan made with Lion Brand Baby Soft Lavendar. I used a double strand, #10 circular needles, and a pattern from Leisure Arts named Lullaby. This afghan was made for Project Linus, a charity which provides handmade security blankets to children undergoing serious medical procedures. I hope a little girl picks this one for herself. It is cushy soft.

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    10_04twin2

    4 years ago

    Will you post your pattern?

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    blmathew1955

    5 years ago on Introduction

    This is beautiful! If possible could you email me the pattern, please? blmathew1955 at Yahoo dot com.
    Thank you,
    Barbara

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    mindy006

    6 years ago on Introduction

    PS my email address is

    mindy006@aol.com

    Not sure I made that clear. LOL

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    mindy006

    6 years ago on Introduction

    I know this is an old thread, but I would love to have this pattern as well. My email is mindy006@aol.com. You did a beautiful job on this one.
    Thanks!!

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    eileend

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I would love to have the pattern -- it is beautiful - email: "Eileen.Dorman@state.de.us" --- Thank you --

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    DolliekinBetsyW

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Would it be possible to get the pattern for this blanket? I surely would appreciate it. My address is dolliekinbeads@yahoo.com

    Thank you in advance

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    zeldaa

    8 years ago on Introduction

    loved the afghan you did a wonderful job and the color is perfect. could you send the pattern i would love to make this. thanks in advance diana

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    iamjanice

    8 years ago on Introduction

    i just love the afghan..could you please send me the pattern?
    my address is iamlistening@inbox.com
    thanks so much for sharing
    Janice

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    Dianne Fulk

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Your blanket is very pretty, and I was wondering if you could send me the pattern. I just tought myself to knitt, and my GodSon is expecting if first child in Jan. and I thought this would make a very nice gift for there baby. My email address is bdfulk@comcast.net Thank You Have a great day! Dianne

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    Susan Kurman

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Dear BetsyW, I love the pattern and you did an amazing job on the blanket!! Hope mine comes out as well!! Could you please send me the pattern, so I can make this blanket for my friend's new grandchild? My e-mail address is: susankurman@hotmail.com Thank you so much

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    TrailerTrash

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Would you send me a copy of this pattern? I am planning on making afghans for my "new" grandkids for Christmas and I think this would be great for my granddaughter. It's just lovely! debra@nce.reno.nv.us

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    Terry in NV

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Would you please send me this pattern. I want to make these for the children in our county child care facility. It is a lovely pattern. Thank you Terry

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    BetsyWTerry in NV

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Terry, if you post your email address, I will be happy to send the pattern to you.

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    MHRL4

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Beauty Full.. I making afghans my friends and family, and I think it would be wonder full for the little girls. Please include me when you share. My email is mhrl4@yahoo.com. Thanks Mary

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    dragrace

    10 years ago on Introduction

    This is beautiful. I would sure like to have the pattern.