Posted by: Fern | July 1, 2008

Tutorial Tuesday: Appliquéd Ribbon Blanket Tutorial

Oops! The ribbon blanket tutorial has moved to, you can now find the post over here!


  1. What a great idea and a beautiful, unique gift idea. Thank you for such a detailed tutorial. I love all the different colours & patterns for baby fabrics.

  2. Fern,

    Must congratulate you on being #27 of the top 100 female bloggers (australian).

    First the outback…next…the world!

  3. Thanks James, but err, you might want to look at that one again… it’s someone who just has a blog with a very very similar name to mine :/

    At least I can say that I was here first!

  4. A-ha! A walking foot! Thank you for making my life easier. I bought a ton of minkey material on a recent nyc trip and have been totally frustrated by it! Yay! This is totally my new favorite blog! Thanks!

  5. cool, thanks!

  6. What a lovely gift, can imagine sitting and enjoying the different textures myself

  7. This looks great! My cousin just had a baby so guess what I’ll be making this weekend 🙂 Thanks for the tut, it looks really straightforward 🙂

  8. That is just gorgeous…..and I know the mama you are sending it to and she will LOVE it with her whole heart! The best gifts are truly the ones made from the heart!!!!

  9. Thank you for the feedback guys, it’s much appreciated, I’m looking forward to seeing your finished blankets!

  10. This is a nice tutorial! I’ve made a couple of these before (i called them “ribbon raggies”) and I like the way you stitch the ribbons on before you put the backing on. Probably easier that way! I sandwiched mine altogether and hoped the ribbons stayed straight. I love the sock monkey fabric you used and now I have to find a new baby so I can use my latest sock monkey fabric and make one of these.

  11. Oh, i’m not so excited now! But you’re right, you were here first. x

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