posted by WarpspeedLinda aka Crochetingfool @ 11:59 AM
Wow, this one turned out great! You've inspired me to get out the one I've started and finish it!
Beautiful!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?PamPamScott@tx.rr.com
I love it! Omg your amazing!
You are just amazing!
Isn't this a fun one to make? You did a great job!
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.Cats.
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.
Hi, 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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