Monday, September 6, 2010

Bubbles in Christmas Cuddle Sack


I finished this cuddle sack this afternoon. I used the twin stitch pattern but added extra rows on the sack and the hat so it could be folded down for the sack and folded up for the hat brim.

6 comments:

  1. Darling! Just darling!
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  2. Such a darling Christmas one. You are amazing. I always enjoy seeing your creations. Hope you and Frank are doing well. Send me some sunshine please. Sitting here cold with a sweatshirt on, closed the windows....ooooooooohhhhhhhhhh it's coming that word that starts with fa....then I can't even think about what's after it. errrrrrr

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    Sandy

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  3. So beautiful. I have a great grand baby due in Feb. Getting busy preparing for the blessed event. Do you have the patterns posted somewhere or are then not available?
    I have never made or seen one of these and would love to give it a try.
    Dottie

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  4. The twin stitch cuddle sack pattern can be found on this blog Nov 11, 2009

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  5. Karen,
    I am sure you have hear that your and Angel and truely a gift of God put here to give others piece... We have our first :) Grandbaby coming in Feb 4th there is a chance that she will be born with Chromosone 18 which is a guaranted death sentence the baby won't have a nervouse center in her brain therefore no chance of life..... I refuse and will Stand on Gods Promise that she will LIVE ... Long story sorry I said all that to ask you if you would please look at a pic of a snuggle sac and tell me if you know the stitch used or if you even reconize it i found the pic on line and now I cant find it again... I cant explain it I just know that is ment for me to do For Calalily *Lily* Elizabeth If you can help I would be very greatfull buy the way i'm bed bound due to MS and Lupus, Lymphomia and crochet all the time I WOULD LOVE LOVE LOVE to help you with your goal just let me know how I crochet about 8 to 12 hrs a day sometime more...with Blessings, Beth
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