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Sugar Hill Baby Throw
Pattern Number: 90077AD
Rating: *****
4.8 (based on 4 reviews)
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Sugar Hill Baby Throw Reviewed by Karen Homer on 2010-09-24 *****
When I saw this colorful pattern, I had to make it, even though there was no baby in mind. Fortunately, now there is a special baby-to-be in the family.
I also substituted Sock-Ease Cotton candy in one of the last squares, or I would have run out of the Sock-Ease Lemon Drop.
In order to carry the 2 strands of very different yarns together, I used large plastic bobbins to organize the yarns.

Sugar Hill Baby Throw Reviewed by gail staisil on 2010-06-20 *****
Just finished this for my 3 mo old grandbaby. It came out perfect. I did substitute one square mixed with cotton candy rather than lemon drop as I didn't have enough yarn left of the latter. The yarn for the project was rather expensive but well worth it for such an important family member!

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Sugar Hill Baby Throw Reviewed by Kristin Somar on 2010-02-10 *****
Just finished this baby throw and it is beautiful! It is perfect for either a boy or girl - and uses more colors than the typical "unisex" baby gift. Because it is knit in K1,P1 rib it is going to be VERY warm. I followed the pattern exactly and only needed one ball of the Sock-Ease Cotton Candy, so you can save a bit of money by only buying one ball of that yarn.

Sugar Hill Baby Throw Reviewed by lee huntley on 2010-01-28 ****
I would love to make this throw, however the yarn is incredibly expensive!!!!!

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