Thursday, September 25, 2008

Stitch Sampler or (Lace and Bobbles)

I finally finished this blanket, it took me about 3 weeks
inbetween working on my knitted socks. he he
It covers a King size bed.
I'll have to admit this has to be one of my very favorites.


At 12:42 PM, Blogger Candy said...

Wow, this one turned out great! You've inspired me to get out the one I've started and finish it!

At 1:14 PM, Blogger Pammy Sue said...


Would you please send me the pattern for the roses and leaves part of "Margaret's Rose Afghan?" I think I can figure out the rest. Is it just hdc or dc?


At 3:39 PM, Blogger Neicee said...

I love it! Omg your amazing!

At 3:05 PM, Blogger kixxa said...

You are just amazing!

At 4:22 AM, Blogger Crochetheaven said...

Isn't this a fun one to make? You did a great job!

At 7:06 AM, Blogger cats-rockin-crochet said...

I just love this. Tell me what would be the perfect afghan pattern, in which to use all different colours of yarn, not mattering where the colours start or finish, I think you are going to say a ripple. Let me know.

At 5:42 PM, Blogger crochetingfool said...

Thanks everyone...

Cats ~~
Doing an afghan like the one you described is nice in a shell stitch...or you could do all double crochet stitches and instead of picking up the stitch crochet inbetween the double crochet stitches...that always looks cool.

At 12:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I am very pleased I found your blog! This blanket is beautiful and this is the first, that I have every seen to have a round doily in the middle. My eyes kept going back to that; even though the earth tones are stunning as well. You certainly do have an eye for color and a mind for creativity.
I looked at the Feather and Fan scarf, a remarkable lunch into knitting. The yellow is just very rich. I started the F&F hours ago, was not on the computer until now. Mine is red and now I want yellow!
Keep on,
Cheryl Virginia


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