Since I didn’t have enough leftover fabric from the crib sheet to do the backing of Huxley’s monster quilt, I wanted to make something else with some of the fabric. I settled on a taggie blanket as a great way to use up some of the fabric.
One side is pure Monster’s Inc., using the fabric from the crib sheet. For the other side of the taggie blanket, I created a patchwork from the most of small scraps I had left from the Monster quilt. Each of the ribbons used in this taggie blanket is different. That’s one of the best things about having a large collection of ribbon for crazy quilting. It gave me a lot of options.
I didn’t have a pattern for this taggie blanket. I just did what looked right to me. Have you made a taggie blanket before? What size do you make yours? Do you have a certain type of ribbon you prefer?
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