- Our most popular Blankees™ Personalized Baby Blankets have the white letters and edging. The white letter color is best on medium to darker toned baby blankets. If
white is used on pale colored blankets baby's name will be hard to read on the blanket due to low contrast.
- The "warm white" is an off-white/cream shade that looks very nice with the darker blanket colors like dusty pink and navy blue.
- We recommend the blanket color be darker than the letter color.
- An exception to the recommendation above is for the 'two-tone' blankets. When using two of the same color family,
e.g. baby blue & navy blue or baby pink & rose pink. The lighter color works well for the background and is often enhanced by the darker tone of the letter color.
These color combinations are our favorites.
Clicking on a cone of yarn will load a page where we rate various color combinations to help you chose the right one.
- The color combinations are done simply by using web browser safe colors so color matches are not exact.
- A color combination may look good on the computer screen but when the yarns are knitted the results are dissapointing so it is down-rated.
- Black letters knit with white yarn will make the blanket look greyish and not a true white. For that reason dark letters on pale blankets are down rated.