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Oops, Ms. Mandy, I missed your comment until just now. Yes, it sure could be. ;-)
hehehe. OK, you deserve to have this one. I forget that in Canada everyone has at least 5 quilts on their beds unless they're whatnauts who needs more than that.
The winter has been colder and longer than I expected....
This could also be a sarong ;~) LOL!
Pat, geeez, we are really on the same wavelength so often. My toss up was what you've described and what I ended up posting as the title. Calling it an Indian blanket was the easier choice.Magda, and it's nice to see you again too. :-)whatnauts, I thought I just got done giving you a quilt. Now you want this too? ;-)
This is lovely and looks like it would keep me warm on those loooonnnnngggg winter nights!!! (13:39)
yes very nice and good to have you back.
This is gorrrrrrrrgeous!!!!!!! I really do love it! It does look like a woven blanket, with fringes along the edges, but it also looks like a topographical map of the prairies and mountains that were used as the inspiration for that weaving--wonderful! :-)))