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. 

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.