I recognized your blue beauty, as well, Sharon. Congrats!!
So many beauties in this batch, but I love 22 and 30, but 16 stands out for me, it's stunning! Well done Sharon :)))
No. 30 is so unusual. Such a clever combination of yarns and colours.
Thanks Christine!! So many beautiful and warm blankets ready for the children. Love the abundant of colors, hearts, flowers, stripes, grannies... !!
Thanks, Sharon! I did think 16 might be yours but didn't want to just presume ;))) Absolutely stunnung :)
Chris, I have a slight suspicion that it's the greens that pull you toward 22 and 30 ...besides the fact that they're both gorgeous, that is ... hahaha ... xo
Lovely collection. I really liked 14, 15 and 16.
In the last batch I posted I really liked some of the squares in No 24. I thought they were probably houndstooth pattern and looking on youtube I found a pattern that looked right and watched the video. It seemed straightforward enough (mistake number 1) but I thought that it looked so solid that it could stand up on its own so I thought I'd used a thinner yarn. Mistake number 2! I had a go, and another one, and another one - and so on. I wondered if carrying the yarn could be the problem so perhaps I could do a sort of crochet equivalent of the swing-needle technique but no, that didn't work. I have spent hours trying to make even a few rows and I can't do it. I feel as lost as I did in early 2010 when I first tried to get to grips with crochet. I have now decided that enough is enough and I'm having a go at a knitted version. Whoever made the squares, you have my absolute admiration!
I did wonder that Marion and then I thought it was probably houndstooth which I found here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDYPA0mpPdY
It makes no difference what it's called - I can't do it!
WOW!! Lots of lovely colour.