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My-O-my Sharon this blanket is very clever and unusual. You're powering away with your hook these days, great! Kx
Love this! An idea I might just have to copy ........ :)
Thank you, all, for such kind comments.
Lesley, Please do copy. The sincerest form of flattery, as they say.
Maybe you can find a better way to do the corners. The original pattern had a 1/4 triangle on each corner, but it was a square blanket. When I made it a rectangle, the 1/4 triangles only worked on 2 corners, so I used two 1/2 triangles on the others. Let me know if you have a better idea, please.
It looks perfect to me, fabulous work, Sharon.
A beautiful blanket Sharon, I love this idea, it’s very effective :))
Very interesting blanket. It is like a piece of art
Sharon, you must be very pleased with the way this blanket turned out! It's absolutely gorgeous :))) ... xo
Absolutely fabulous Sharon!
Well, Patricia, I'm still using up the bits of yarn that my sweet husband 'magic' knotted together for me. I haven't come across anything yet where I didn't love the way he has combined the colours :)
The dark one here is actually the tail end of a beautiful yarn that a sweet friend sent me. Recognize it, Amy? I thought I had used it all so I was extremely pleased to find a tiny little ball of it left! I actually had almost enough to make a whole square. As a matter of fact, I was just 3 stitches short and had to add a bit of something else to complete it and create the tail for sewing :) ... xo
It's a shame you can't lend your husband out, Gloria. I'm sure a lot of members would make use of his services!
Oh Patricia, you are too funny! I must confess there are times I would willingly lend my hubby - give him, even ;) But most times I am as possessive of him as I am of my beloved yarn stash ... hahahaha ... xo
A LOVELY bunch of squares, Glo...think my fave is the top right. xo