Yeah, sometimes you need to sew instead of knit. I feel better with a zigzag, knowing it is not going to unravel,
Wow, I'm impressed with your save. Great ideas from Ursula below. I know it would have been much nicer to have done it by hand, but you saved the blanket, well done. Love chris
Good save You did the impossible.
I would use soluble Stabiliser over and under the Blanket .Secure both sides next to the Place where you want to make the Cut with a couple Lines of straight Stiches After cutting use zigzag or overlocking to secure the knitting edges and add a Binding. Wash out the Stabiliser and your done .I hope this helps you, hugs Ursula
Thanks Ursula for your reply. I ended up securing the edges of the band before cutting it, then used a triple zigzag over the cut edge. This will keep the customer happy and the blanket from going to the dump. Thanks for your advice.
I am glad you where able to fix the Blankets, hugs to you