I think keeping a baby blanket requires that you have a baby...
That *someone* has a baby. Otherwise it will be a long time before I knit any baby blankets.
I no longer have any babies but I am keeping the baby blanket I knitted. Also, I think it is important to always have a spare blanket on hand. (You must have a pretty good collection now)Would the person with the baby love the blanket as much as you do?
I don't know if they'll love it or not. And I'm pretty sure they have central heating and stuff, so they probably won't need it.
Keep it - its a good knee rug/security blanket
That is a tremendously beautiful and cuddly looking lap blanket. Who says you have to waste it on a baby? It's not like they're aware enough to appreciate it anyway.
You have inspired me to fess up too - I've been knitting baby blankets for other peoples babies, then keeping them for MINE, and re-gifting unworn baby outfits instead. Am I a bad person?
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