Glo received a challenge from Anne

Anne ... from Karen G

Karen G ... from Amy

Amy ... from Rebecca

Rebecca ... from Patricia

Patricia ... from Karen G

Karen G ... from Karen B

Karen B ... from Glo

Glo ... from Chris

Chris ... from Karla

Karla ... from Harrison's mom

Harrison's mom ... from Lucinda

Lucinda ... from Glo

Glo ... from Karen G

Karen G ... from Chris

Chris ... from Lucinda

Lucinda ... from Karla

Karla ... from Chris

Chris ... from Glo

Glo ... from Amy

Amy ... from Claire

Claire ... from Rebecca

Rebecca ... from Amy

Amy ... from Glo

Glo ... from Sandra

Sandra ... from Karen

Karen ... from Glo

I've started an album for our squares from this Christmas Challenge.  Once you've completed your challenge and posted a photo of it in this discussion, be sure to add it to the photo section so I can copy it into our album.  Thank you :)

You can find our album HERE

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Well, it has taken me as long to get these posted as it did to get them made!  Apologies.  I made the diagonal one and did not think it was Christmassy enough - as per my challenge.  
I am now ready to get back in the game!!

Well done, Rebecca. These colours are always Christmassy! We have a good selection now.

Rebecca, these are goreous!  They remind me of Christmas wrapping paper :))  Thank you ... xo

I was working on this, as Estelle mentioned she liked Christmas colors.  All I had to do was sew in the ends.  While it is not a poinsettia, I think it captures the colors, (unlike my camera today).  Thanks for knowing what I was working on Claire!

Free C2C pattern online.

Amy, this is beautiful.  It looks just like one of a pair that frequents our back yard.  A child will be thrilled to find this in their blanket.  Thank you!  xo

What a beauty, Amy! If it is a free pattern, please can you share the link?

Chris challenged me to make some festive handwarmers - taa-daa!   (The other 2 are stragglers to add to the last big batch I did).

Thank you Karen, festive indeed with those warm colours :))

I am in awe of the quantity, quality and variety of coloured striped hand warmers you have made!

My goodness, Karen, these are great!  Festive colors, stragglers, and  5 pair of toasty warm hands.  Perfect!!!  Thank you ... xo

Karla challeged me to make a "favourites" sqaure - so I used purple yarn, my favourite colour (it's a lovely denim lavender although not sure how well the photo shows it), and daisy stitch, a favourite knit stitch. But misjudged the sizing so added a wide crochet border - so glad I've worked on my crochet this year so can do this kind of thing!!

What a pretty square, Lucinda.  I love the look of your daisy stitch.  I can understand it being your favorite ;)  Great idea to crochet the border to bring it up to size.  Well done!  xo

Thank you Lucinda. I love  Daisy stitch you used very much /even our pets were eager to see the square, too/.



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