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Coming Soon: Ripple Baby Blanket Pattern

Just a short post to keep you informed! I am working on a pattern that is a smooth ripple different from what you're used to! I'll be making a baby blanket in one set of colors and a large throw in another set.

I also obtained a PT job so I'll be a little slower for a bit with getting out new stuff to you, sorry! Here is a sneak peek! Share it!


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  1. Hi Shelly,
    I just found your blog and am thoroughly loving your blankets. Your pictures and instructions are stunning. I signed up to follow you and look forward to spending some serious time on your blog. My only question is How Do I Contact You when I run into a problem with one of your blankets? I'm not a newbie but not very experienced so generally need a helping hand now and then.
    I hope to go through your entire blog and see all your beautiful creations.
    Thank you so very much for sharing your beautiful work with us - I truly appreciate all the time and energy you put into each one of your blankets, writing out your instructions and providing such lovely pictures and tutorials. All so very helpful. I look forward to your posts.
    Bobbie :)

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    1. Heya Bobbie!

      Thank you so much for the kind words and welcome to my site! To reach me, you can just send a message to shelly@missedstitches.com. Please do sign up for the newsletter! Form is found on the right side of every page.

      Happy Hooking!

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