I have a wonderful, huge, lovely old blanket that my Great Aunt made for me as a child. Dd1 uses it now and it's very special to me.
Just got back from a weekend with the ILs and their two dogs, and on getting the blanket out of the car found a patch of holes and tears. Looks like the dogs might have had a sneaky chew although doesn't smell doggy, possibly dd could have caught it in the car.
Anyway, please tell me if I find someone who can crochet they'll be able to fix it?
Ah thank you both for such quick replies! Such a relief to hear it can be fixed.
3littlewomen yes I think so, that's the one made of lots of little squares isn't it? I'm in Uxbridge (Middlesex) there's a wool shop on the market so if its possible I suppose that'd be the best place to ask.
I'm a tentative useless knitter but know less than nothing about crochet.
Ask at the wool shop about the wool that was used and see if they can recommend anyone to help. Wool shops tend to be run by fab wooly experts. If they can't, do PM me because we have folk not so far from you who may well be able to help.