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Author Tamara Kelly Introduction There are brand new babies in the extended family, and that means a new crochet blanket pattern! So I gathered together soft cotton and a beautiful overlapping blocks pattern to create the Leaping Stripes and Blocks Blanket. The colors seem to move up and down the blanket...
Well I am pleased to say that after showing you the two rows of squares this blanket is coming along nicely now. a All the squares are made they just need blocking out and joining together, next I will be thinking about the edging to finish it off. Wish me luck!
This is the very beginnings of a blanket for my eldest daughter, all that I have decided on so far is the colours the rest is going to come together as I go. I look forward to sharing more of this project with you soon.
When the children were small and we always had a Poorly Blanket that they would snuggle into on the sofa they were when feeling unwell or tired. Now they are grown I am making a blanket for each of them so they can have their very own ‘Poorly Blanket’s’ in their respective homes. The...
So there is the nearly finished product. There's some steaming and shaping to be done, but that's it. :) ^here you can see the bottom scallop that the pattern calls for, which matches the first row nicely. ^This is the WS. Altogether, it came out nicely, and I'm sure the person I'm making...
Posted to Member Photo Gallery
on Oct 24, 2010
Filed under: afghan, blanket, easy, Ocean, shell, blankets, throws, throw, simple, scallop, shells, quilt, pretty
This is about a month and a half's worth of work. I haven't woven in the tails yet, or steamed it into shape. I know you're not supposed to, but I also plan on tying the ends of the shells together, just because the end afghan is pretty heavy and I'm shipping it out of state to a friend...
Posted to Member Work in Progress
on May 22, 2010
Filed under: afghan, throws, easy, shell, throw, simple, scallop, shells, ocean, quilt, pretty, blanket, blankets
Author by Vera Hannaford Introduction I made this throw for my husband. It's made in a very easy shell pattern with a border that has one round of single crochet and one round of reverse single crochet. I used Red Heart worsted weight yarn in the color of Aran Fleck to add more texture. Materials...
Posted to Free Crochet Me Patterns
on Nov 22, 2005
Filed under: 4 - Medium, First Crochet Me Issue, Afghans & Blankets, blanket, winter wear, warm wear, Home Decor, throw, afghan