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The buyer of this pattern may make as many items as she would like for "Personal Use" and gifts. Those who purchase this pattern cannot sell items made from the pattern for profit.

{A "Commercial Use" pattern for "Maggie the Taggie Owl" is also available in my Etsy. With the purchase of the "Commercial Use" pattern the buyer is given license to make and sell any items made from this pattern.}

THIS IS A PDF PATTERN for "MAGGIE THE TAGGIE OWL" Blanket as seen on the blog "Just Another Hang Up!"

http://justanotherhangup.blogspot.com/2012/07/tag-blanket-pattern-tutorial.html

Tag blankets were first invented by a woman who noticed that her infant played with the tags of the toys more than the toys themselves. Being an early childhood teacher, she took that idea and made a blanket. I think we've all seen babies that are more fixated on the tag of a blanket than the blanket itself. This is the perfect gift for that child...

By interacting with and exploring the different surfaces of the blanket and ribbons, babies senses are both soothed and stimulated.

"Maggie the Taggie Owl" can become a cornucopia of different fabrics and textures. In the photos above her body is made of flannel (tummy), felt (eyes & beak), cotton (face), microsuede (forehead and wings), and a soft, cuddly faux fur covers her backside. Grossgrain and satin ribbon in 1 1/2 inch lengths surround her wings. Ric-Rac decorates her tummy. Final measurements including tags is 14" x 14".

This is the pattern (only) for the owl tag blanket. To make Maggie go to the following post on my blog for the simple assembly instruction:

http://justanotherhangup.blogspot.com/2012/07/tag-blanket-pattern-tutorial.html

Use the "print" icon at the bottom of the post -- just under my "signature" -- to print the blog post tutorial.

This is a PDF e-pattern, not a finished product – written in English. The pattern can be downloaded INSTANTLY upon purchase. After you complete your payment, you will receive instructions from Etsy on how to download your pattern. You can also access your pattern by clicking on “Purchases” under “Your Account” in Etsy. The file can then be saved on your computer, and you can use your printer to make a copy of the pattern. You will need Adobe Reader installed on your computer in order to read the files. If you don't have Adobe Reader installed on your computer you can download it here: http://www.adobe.com/ Please contact me with any questions!

This pattern and tutorial are copyrighted and cannot be resold or redistributed in any form. All sales are final.

Personal Use PDF Pattern for "Maggie the Taggie Owl" Tag Blanket

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