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Thank you so much Wendy. It had much fun making this blankie. And C2C works up quickly :)...the sooner the children will be wrapped in warm blankets, the better. xo
I am glad you like it Wendy. I am doing another one of each in a different colour as we speak:)
I am pleased that you are happy with the stitch. I will put a picture on for you. When it came to decreasing I knitted 1 st and then knitted 2tog on the first row to lose the extra stitch and it looks fine to me. KI will put a picture on for you to see it. I love your pattern and I am now knitting another one.
Hi Wendy, I was the same as you. I wanted a pattern that I could remember easy so I used the KAS simple beanie and adapted it. Today I am using your pattern but trying it with twisted rib:)
Thanks Wendy. Our pattern is similar isn't it. They are so quick to knit:)
Hi Wendy, thanks for your kind comments on my squares. You are right, stitches included in the batch are, moss, slip stitch, oblique rib, honeycomb slip stitch, double Andalusian, waffle, block stitch, Zanny's and 4 row rib.
Thanks Wendy. Jan has now started on her next batch:)
Thank you Wendy for commenting on my Go-Over.......those handwarmers look great too!!!!
Hi Wendy - I see you are in sunny Goulburn. Im in Canberra so we are pretty much neighbours. Most of our fellow knitters are in snowy places this time of year. I would love some snow... or rain