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I recently made my first c2c blanket. I love the patten. Used caron simply soft so as to not worry about lot numbers. Now that my son has been using it a while it is unraveling. He only uses it for sleep and I've only washed it on delicate cycle by itself. But every day I'm finding new holes. I weaved in the ends over 4-5 stitches as was suggested in a couple of different video tutorials I watched, and they assured me that would be enough to prevent it from coming apart. Well thats not working. Since weaving in didn't work I'm going back through and tying new yarn around the hole and sewing the hole shut. But this is causing the blanket to bunch and is ruining the pattern. What method do you suggest for dealing with the ends in a c2c blanket? The holes are not on the edges but in the middle parts of the blanket. I'm going to keep fixing this one until I can finish a new one; since this has become his lovey. I'm just worried that it'll fall completely apart before I can finish a new one. Thank you!
So, I'm a member of a crochet graph group on facebook and this was a free graph. The graph was only 30 squares by 30 squares, so I figured it would be a good one to try out. I am absolutely in LOVE with the final outcome! I ended up choosing to do a Picot Edging to finish it off (a first for me) and I love how it turned out!! It's a bit small though.. Only 26x26 inches, but it would make a great carseat afghan, or even a lovey for a toddler/older child!