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go The blanket was very easy to make, I simply made a rectangle using double crochet stitches, but working in alternating back and front loop rows, to create a bit of texture like a dinosaur. I then made a rectangle shape to create the hood which is attached in the centre at the top of the rectangle. I also added triangle pockets for Oliver’s hands to hold up the blanket in the contrasting blue.
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http://changtengyuan.com/?q=price-of-viagra-for-daily-use See you next week for the unicorn version I made for Lily.