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Oh my goodness, Juli, what an incredible contribution! And, my dear, they all fit this month's theme. So many colors to name, square and round shapes, stripes to count, and pictures to inspire a little imagination to travel into stories of one's own dreaming! Thank you ... xo
Gosh every one of these is a winner. I love the colours you chose and the differing ideas and themes showcase your crafting skills beautifully. You're a generous and giving lady for sure ❤️
Wow, that lime green make everything stand out.
Your blankets are superb! Each one will be very special to the child that receives it :))
The colors in this blanket really pop. I enlarged it and your craftmanship is amazing, so many different patterns.
I love all your picture squares here, and the fact that the children can pair some up is marvelous.
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A marvellous collection, Juli. LOVING all the colours and learning opportunities you have created in these beautiful blankets. :))
This is a unique inspired idea which must have been carefully planned out and has been accomplished so well.
Oh my goodness, you have been busy, Jude. Fun and learning at the same time, you clever gal !!
I had intended for this square to be bright ... with a bright red apple. Unfortunately, my color choices were a bit off :( Oh well, it's warm and a child can make the apple whatever he or she would like it to be. The background square is orange ... xo
And this one comes to you from NS and Texas :) I received the most wonderful gift of yarn - to share with my RJSK - and in it I found these two beautiful colors - orange and a variegated that matched. So ... I combined them. They are not, perhaps, as neon as they appear in this photo, but they definitely are bright - and beautiful! Hopefully a child will enjoy all the color changes in this one.
Estelle has informed us that they are short of orange squares at the KASbarn. Do you suppose we could dig through our stashes and see if we can come up with some orange yarn and make a few to send to them?
Amy, I just might need to use a bit more of this incredibly gorgeous gifted orange yarn. Do you suppose the ladies in River John will mind? It is, after all, for a good cause ... haha ... xo
Beautiful and bright, warm and fun!