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BEFORE YOU START. . .

We make every effort to ensure we manufacture a good quality product for you and your baby; you need to be aware that flannel has natural "knots" in the weave, these are a natural part of the fabric.  If for any reason you are not happy with your blanket, please call our office and speak with one of our customer service representatives, we stand behind our products and offer a Manufacturer's Money Back Guarantee

The list below is to help you choose the best crochet cotton or yarn color match for your fabric pattern.


Cars White
by Riley Blake Design

 
Crochet Cotton:
DMC Yellow C743

DMC Red C666


 


Cars Tan
by Riley Blake Design

 
Crochet Cotton:
 DMC Yellow C743

DMC Red C666

 


Hooty Hoot & Chevrons
by Riley Blake Design

 
Crochet Cotton:
 DMC Aqua C747

Cruiser Blvd
 by Riley Blake Design

Crochet Cotton:

 DMC Yellow C743

DMC Red C666

So Happy Marigolds Pink
 by Riley Blake Design

Crochet Cotton:

 

DMC Pink Salmon C3326


Hooray Hoot Blue
 by Riley Blake Design

Crochet Cotton:
 DMC Aqua
C747


Ladybug Pink
 by Riley Blake Design

Crochet Cotton:
 DMC Pretty Pink
C603


Boy Crazy White
 by Riley Blake Design

Crochet Cotton:
 DMC Yellow
C743


So Happy Together Blue
 by Riley Blake Design

Crochet Cotton:
DMC Aqua
C747
DMC Baby Pink  C818


Boy Crazy Teal
 by Riley Blake Design

Crochet Cotton:
 DMC Yellow C743
 


So Happy Together White
 
by Riley Blake Design

Crochet Cotton:
DMC Aqua
C747
DMC Baby Pink  C818



   
One for the Boys Stars
 by Riley Blake Designs

Crochet Cotton:
   DMC - Sky Blue C800
One for the Boys Chevron
by Riley Blake Designs


Crochet Cotton:
  DMC - Sky Blue C800
 Tweet Tweet Red
by Riley Blake Designs

Crochet Cotton:
  DMC Aqua C747
DMC Pink Salmon C3326
 Ladybug Garden Pink
by Riley Blake Designs

Crochet Cotton:
DMC Red C666
DMC Pretty Pink C603
 Gears & Stripes
by Doodle Bug Designs

 Crochet Cotton:
DMC Blue C799
 DMC Aqua C747
 

Argyle by Riley Blake Designs

 Crochet Cotton:
DMC Yellow C743
DMC Blue C799

Heritage Sock Yarn:
CHSY Lemon 5644
CHSY Royal 5615
 

Flower Power
by Riley Blake Designs

Crochet Cotton:
DMC Pretty Pink C603
DMC Red C666

Heritage Sock Yarn:
CHSY Red 5619



Tiny Chevrons Blue
by Doodle Bug Design

Crochet Cotton:
  DMC Aqua C747

Heritage Sock Yarn:
CHSY Anis 5630

Christening Divinity

Crochet Cotton:
DMC White B5200


 

FINISHING YOUR PROJECT...

What a great sense of accomplishment there is when a crochet project is finally completed! Though a relatively simple technique, blocking is what gives many projects a polished appearance.  The process shapes and sets the design and smooths the stitches into place. Here are some handy tips we've learned over the years about blocking:

First: You should always check the yarn label for any special care instructions. Lots of natural fibers, such as cotton, linen, and wool, respond well to steam blocking. However, you shouldn't use steam or heat on mohair or angora.  There are also many acrylics and some blends that shouldn't be blocked at all, especially with steam, because they might melt!

Second: You will need a fluffly hand towel or handkerchief, and a padded ironing board. If you prefer, you can substitute a table, or any flat surface that you have padded adequately.

Steam Blocking is great for lots of crochet projects, our crochet thread is a natural fiber, so this method works well with it.  Holding a steam iron or steamer just above your project, steam the piece throughly. Take the dampened fluffy towel or handkerchief, place it over the edge of the project and steam, lift towel and repeat with another section all the way around.  Finally, leave the item in place until it's dry.


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