This giveaway is for two books from the Leisure Arts Little Books series. They have some really terrific books in this series, sized perfectly to fit in your project bag so you can easily carry them with you.
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“Snuggletime Baby Afghans” is a book with 4 crochet and 3 knit patterns. My favorite is this fantastic cover project. I can’t resist the hearts!
The heart squares aren’t appliqued as you might think. They are incorporated into each square. So fun!
Sport weight yarn is used for most of the afghans in the book so you’ll have a light enough blanket for baby.
“Nursery Favorites” is another fabulous baby afghan book. It contains 5 baby afghan patterns. All projects are made in worsted weight yarn.
There are no joined square books in this one, but there is a joined strip afghan, also known as Mile-A-Minute (MAM). All are row repeats.
My favorite, though, is this beautiful Very Victorian Baby Blanket by Barbara Shaffer.
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