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Mickey Mouse blanket

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I made this Mickey Mouse blanket for my future sister in law (who LOVES Disney, and especially Mickey).

 

The body of the blanket probably took me the longest. I really am bad about counting, and for this one I had to keep track of all the stitches. (I literally had a piece of paper with me that I would count the rows on).

 

 

Before it was outlined:

Mickeymb1.jpg

 

After it was outlined:

Mickeymb2.jpg

 

Amazingly enough the cross stitching only took me about a week. I had never done it before so I was nervous at first.

 

Anyway, we gave the blanket to his sister and she loved it!

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Very Nice. Great Job:cheer

 

I have that pattern, but I haven't made it yet.

 

Carol:hook

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Very Nice. Great Job:cheer

 

I have that pattern, but I haven't made it yet.

 

Carol:hook

 

I was talking to the lady who gave me the Leisure Arts booklet containing this pattern, and she said that if I have more time I should make two of those blankets and join them to make a bigger blanket. IE Mickey and Minnie, and just change her dress color to match Mickey.

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Very cool. You did a great job. I also have that afghan.

You did a beautiful job.:hook

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great work. it musta took a long time.

 

jaye

 

The body of it was the part that took the longest. Actually, just the white center part was the hardest. The edging went a lot quicker (mostly because I didn't really have to count it, just follow the pattern).

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Great job M-I-C....K-E-Y MOUSE:clapSing along LOL

 

 

Ok I did.....and was even before I finished reading your post.:lol:lol:lol

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That turned out wonderful! I'm currently working on my first graph ghan....definitely a process! I might have to try the whole outlining with cross stitch though, that added a lot to the blanket! Great job! :D

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