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the easiest way is to create a new layer, and use the clone tool to clone it out.
Use the clone tool rather than healing brush, as healing brush can leave soft edges which would be visible on the texture of the blanket.
Clone on a new layer, as it is easier to erase any bad cloning. This is another reason for not using healing brush, unless you have CS2, you have to use it on same image layer, therefore correcting mistakes is more difficult.
Try using a med soft brush. Easiest way to change hardness/softness of brush is to use Shift [ to make brush softer, and Shift ] to make it harder.
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