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Free Crochet Pattern: Ode To Missoni Chevron Blanket. Created by and at Vickie Howell here. It’s really a baby blanket but it looks like a large throw. And Vickie - your blanket is SO much nicer than the Target Missoni Throw (pictured lower right hand corner - for almost $40 in person it looked cheap, had bald spots, was sewed together and didn’t look lovely and loopy as in promotional photo). And I won’t even go into what is now being called “Missoni Impossible” or "Targetgate" or "Missonipocalypse" at the Budget Babe here.
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Free Crochet Pattern: Ode To Missoni Chevron Blanket. Created by and at Vickie Howell here. It’s really a baby blanket but it looks like a large throw. And Vickie - your blanket is SO much nicer than the Target Missoni Throw (pictured lower right hand corner - for almost $40 in person it looked cheap, had bald spots, was sewed together and didn’t look lovely and loopy as in promotional photo). And I won’t even go into what is now being called “Missoni Impossible” or "Targetgate" or "Missonipocalypse" at the Budget Babe here.

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This will be the only time in my life I will be able to afford Missoni or will want to afford Missoni… at Target. I bought the Liberty of London bag and a comforter, so I love when Target teams up with powerhouse designers! This is a collage of some of the highlights via Camille Styles here.
Note: I know the Missoni photos actually appeared first on Tumblr via All The Way Up Here, a Tumblr written by “real doll” Marina who was hired by Missoni and Target to cover the collection. Margherita Missoni even sent her the photos. 
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This will be the only time in my life I will be able to afford Missoni or will want to afford Missoni… at Target. I bought the Liberty of London bag and a comforter, so I love when Target teams up with powerhouse designers! This is a collage of some of the highlights via Camille Styles here.

Note: I know the Missoni photos actually appeared first on Tumblr via All The Way Up Here, a Tumblr written by “real doll” Marina who was hired by Missoni and Target to cover the collection. Margherita Missoni even sent her the photos.