Hello and welcome to my little corner of the crafty blogasphere. My name is Vicki Haninger and I blog about home*craft and everyday adventures from the heart of the valley in the Pacific Northwest.

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Dawn

Adorable burp cloths....brings back the memory of a shower the church ladies gave me 21 years ago for expected twins...and each of them embroidered a diaper burp cloth for me and went in together on two new car seats. I had the loveliest cloths ever....
:o)

I love your patterns!!!

Pam Kellogg

Oh wow Vicki! These are so cute! My mom has a really neat old pattern for burp towels. I'll ask her to dig it out. Since I never had any babies and it's been quite a few years since my sister had her babies, I know mom will have to search for it. When I see it, maybe I can share it with you.

I love Grace's blankets too! What a nice thing for her to do. The varigated yarns make them so cheerful and happy looking!

Pam Kellogg

Oh wow Vicki! These are so cute! My mom has a really neat old pattern for burp towels. I'll ask her to dig it out. Since I never had any babies and it's been quite a few years since my sister had her babies, I know mom will have to search for it. When I see it, maybe I can share it with you.

I love Grace's blankets too! What a nice thing for her to do. The varigated yarns make them so cheerful and happy looking!

Samantha

Who says burp cloths have to be mundane - they are exquisite

jenn

more great inspiration!!

mrspilkington

what a great idea! those are wonderful. i get inspired every day...i just keep jotting things down in my notebook for later.

Donna Huffmaster

Oh my goodness ~ those are too cute!

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