I used Red Heart Soft in the colors Seafoam, Charcoal and White. I've got bunches, still, of the Seafoam color so you may see it from time to time in other projects. Its softness makes it a nice yarn for a newborn blanket. Who wouldn't want a blanket as soft as a cloud to wrap a sweet little newborn in?
And being on a bit of a kick to make some quick and easy projects and use up some stash, I started a Corner to Corner baby blanket:
The picture isn't much to look at, but the blanket is over half finished. See that big skein in the background? That was nearly a pound of yarn when I began this blanket. It was ginormous and goofy looking when I toted it to a friend's house this week with a newly started blanket. Now that I've tamed the skein and it looks almost normal-sized, I'm hoping I have enough to work some of the color into the border. I may be playing yarn chicken with this one.
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