Love your clever idea. This would be a great place for me to try out new designs. I always feel guilty about doing stitch outs, this way they seem to have a useful purpose. Thanks for the idea.
What a neat idea. It's too late for my grandchildren but I think I will start one for great grandbabies.I think I even have some polar fleece throws so start with.
What a wonderfull Idea have you thought of putting a date with the designs as they are added it would make a wonderful keepsake
what a great idea, now you can test stitch a lot of your designs. tks for sharing
Very cute and I especially like the Kitty with the rose! I know my 5 yr old step.grand-daughter would love the Bratz! She is 5 going on 12!!! Way too mature for her 5 little years. Of course, she earned every year (in the middle)! She has been busy being her Mom's biggest helper through the initial divorce and all the confussion since then. She started to school this last term and has now finished the 1st grade and still is not 6! They do grow up in such a hurry! Parents now, do not let their children be just children! It seems as if most parents are too busy pushing their children to be growner that they are in years!
This is a very pretty blanket that can grow with her for a few yrs!
I agree with ibow...how fun to pick the designs
What a neat idea! My 12 yr. old would love it as would my 8 yr old grand daughters! I like the idea of things that have been important in their life. Like Girl Scouts, choir, special places visited, etc.
What a great idea, love the blanket
It looks happy!
Great job. I have done similar, I did a tablecloth for my grandson for his birthday, each year I add other items that he was interested in. Hope he'll look back at this in another 25-30 years and remember all the good times. He's only three but I have at least 20 items on it so far.
What memories she will have as she gets older remembering how you both enjoyed making this together. Great job
What a beauty! She'll treasure it!***
This is a wonderful treasure she will have for years to come .lovely I dea makes mw wish I had a grandaughter to sew for think I need to find a friend that has one I can adopt.heheheeh
How cute my daughter will love it
especially the Bratz girls.
Cindy what a wonderful idea. Think I must get one for my GD and leave it at my place, so when she is here , we can stitch on it, will save me from always doing it on towels that she then takes home.
Hali's blanket is lovely well done to you both. *4u Hugs Yvonne
Hi The blanket is beautifl.
Is it a wool blanket?
No polar fleece.
neat idea she picked beautiful design
This is a neat idea.
What a special thing for her. Does she do the embroidery, or supervise you?
Great idea! An idea I might pince, for my granddaughter in this case. Flower for you.
Wonderful idea. *4U
What a treasure she will have when she is grown, she can say...I remember.....;)
Wonderful idea. A blanket of memories.
That is so beautiful, and a nice idea.Are you going to put a backing on it when it is finished?Flower for your little daughter.
No, she uses it everyday. Its even going to her first gymnastics comp. this weekend.
I buy the baby fleece blankets cut a neck hole and add ribbing for snugness around the neck and make kids poncho's. could do as you have done here and embroider.
What a sweet idea and she then becomes involved. A forever blanket.Reminds me of our camp blankets when we went some where we would add a badge or somthing to remind us of where we were
there is so much to see one time, no time to sleep then anymore. But it's a nice idea that you add something all the time!so there is allways a surprise, what's new
great idea great mum daughter bonding
this is so sweet and look very great
a flower for you gr sonja
That is the dearest cover of the daughter. Flowers for it and the daughter
This is really nice, lots of lovely designs on it.
Good idea. Does she sew them on? *4U
No she picks the colors we use. She is 7.
Okay, I didn't realise that she was so young, but it is good to encourage her interest and great to do this 'together'.
I think this is really neat. You r teaching her to love machine embroidery without her knowing it & creating wonderful memories 4 U & her *4u