Pendleton Baby Blanket Size

Author: Jonathan K. Colon | Categories: Baby Blanket comments
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So, you ready for the Pendleton baby blanket as your first. You have cried and ached over a picture quilt sweet, soft, comfortable and perfect for curling a sweet little baby. You’ve walked the hallways of your favorite yarn store and feel every thread pastel there, test the softness. You’ve fantasized about holding your precious bundle in your quilt handmade by your own two hands or you’ve basked in the admiration you will receive as your friend opens your gift at the next baby shower.

Then reality hits. You have an idea of the perfect hand knitting blankets but some ‘minor detail’ missing – such as what size quilt should be. This is a good question, and unless you have a lot of experience with knitting or baby or both, you might be confused what to do next. When it comes to Pendleton baby blanket, there are three main sizes – bed blankets, swaddling blankets, and receiving blankets. You may not know it, but each has a specific purpose.

Pendleton baby blanket it does what the name implies – they are for the bed. Think of this as a blanket for crib sheets. This blanket is usually about 36 “x 52” and while it was perfect to make the bed look nice and keep warm older babies at night, it was too big for a small baby swaddle. If you want to knit blankets to decorate the baby’s room, this is it.

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