Flannel or no flannel?

I can’t believe how quickly I knit this blanket (using Loops&Threads Carisma Mountain Majesty).  It was such an easy project.  I almost felt that the border took me longer than the actual blanket 😆

My question to you is: Should I add flannel to the back of the blanket or leave it as is?

You can see a few knots on the back and I thought a piece of flannel for a nice backing would hide those.  but at the same time, it’s a small blanket and I don’t want to add too much weight to it by adding fabric.

Any suggestions?  Thank you!

22 responses to “Flannel or no flannel?

  1. The nice thing is that you can use it for a while as-is and then see if you’re still aching for the flannel.


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