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Making a Taggie Baby Blanket

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Babies love to touch and hold on to the ribbon tags on this style baby blanket. You can save money and create a unique taggie at home, with minimal sewing skills. This is a guide about making a taggie baby blanket.


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July 10, 2009

Sometimes the perfect gift is right in your own home. I re-purposed the best parts of a flannel nightgown, a fleece throw, and a satin pillowcase (all of which I already had) to create this "taggie" blanket for an upcoming baby shower. Pretty, useful, and completely free. My machine was broken so I had to hand sew and it only took me a few nights in front of the TV to finish it.

Source: Necessity, the mother of all inventions.

By Chris Richman from Williamstown, NJ

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July 10, 20090 found this helpful

So what is a taggy blanket?

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July 15, 20090 found this helpful

It's a soft blanket with "tags" (usually pieces of different textured ribbon) hanging off of it. Babies and little kids love them.


they are usually small and you can buy them in a store for around $20 (makes making them all the more reasonable) now they even have blankets and pillows and all sorts of baby toys. Hope this helps!

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July 16, 20090 found this helpful

I am confused. Why do babies like the taggy blankets? Do they hold onto the tags or what

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July 19, 20090 found this helpful

Great economical idea! I'm impressed that you used everything you already had. I may be able to do this as well now that you've shared your genius idea. I just became grandma of the second baby yesterday and would love to have something homemade for her. Thanks.

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