Another gorgeous Ocean blanket Patricia !
An absolutely stunning blanket - love the wool, it's perfect for this theme. Bravo!
Ok, I've run out of adjectives/superlatives - I can only echo what Linda and Karen have said! Thank you again, Patricia, I love your C2C blankets. And I'm sure we can all identify with the more yarn = more leftovers syndrome, but it's alright, December is coming - Happy Scrappies!
Hahaha, the story of my life Patricia!! This is another BEAUTIFUL c2c blanket. :))
That is the way it goes - there seems to be an ever growing pile of left overs in my knitting room....... and I am knitting away trying to keep up!
Lovely colours and very reminiscent of the sea!
I have been working on these squares for the theme, but as time is almost up, I've chosen to picture them before I've finished so they can be included.
I had 500 grams of this sand coloured Aran which I've knit all the same in a waffle-like textured stitch. I have almost completed 14 but feel there will be sufficient to work 23 in all. Better get back to it...........
This stitch looks super warm, Karen, and the ball band tells us the yarn is super soft, so it all adds up to super snuggly!
Love the texture and colour Karen. These are going to make a great "By the Seaside" blanket...surf to go with the sand?
One nice thing about themes is that we can add squares any time after the end of the month :-)
The colour and the stitch add up to lovely squares, Karen - thank you (but I have to know - do you knit in your sleep? : )) )
Like Karen, I'm cutting it close to the wire [it's almost noon here in Canada so I have a few hours left].
I've crocheted 19 squares in Tunisian simple stitch from the large ball of blue yarn.
We knew that ball of yarn was going to put in another appearance, didn't we! Beautiful sea-squares, Linda - thank you.
Lesley, thank you so much for this theme. It has been great fun to spend time by the seaside !