Kari Blanket

Can you believe I still have a few more projects to share with you that I received at my baby shower?  Today’s project should be considered part II to The Clara Dress, because it was also made by my sister Betsy. Can you believe she gave me both the Clara Dress and the Kari Blanket?  Aren’t they just incredible?

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And here it sits, all packed up in my hospital bag and ready to GO!  192A5315

I really appreciate all of the time she put into each of these projects. Baby Stanley is so loved and it puts a big ‘ol smile on her mama’s face.  Thanks again, Betsy!  Love you.

7 Comments on “Kari Blanket

  1. That is so lovely! I just raced over to Ravelry and bought the pattern. I’m going to make it for my once babysitter who is now a grown up and married woman expecting her first. And give your sister and extra hug…what a gift!!

  2. Oh, my goodness! Just lovely gifts. And such beautiful knitting! You can just FEEL the love in these….the dress and blanket :o). How wonderful — and ditto to the above comment – am racing to Ravelry for the pattern!

  3. Looks like you girls taught Betsy well – it will be years til I tackle projects that big! Wishing you the best as D day comes closer, Kara – look forward to seeing pictures of little girl B before long!

  4. Such lovely gifts Kara, you are so blessed to have these very talented sisters! I also thought I’d let you know I had the same exact bag packed for the hospital when our little guy arrived! :)

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