Monday, 16 March 2015

Baby's Blanket



                     

                                                BUSY HANDS!!

Another project finished......................This one took a little longer.......

than I anticipated......I usually crochet these wee blankets up in no time.......

but this one I decided to knit..........

I used a very fine baby yarn and 4mm needles..........

4 rows to the pattern ..................look closely you will see a waffle stitch..........

Border is knitting 5 ....then you work the pattern..........

each night I would knit at least the 4 rows so I knew where I was to start the next night.....

I like to crochet/knit while watching the TV shows in the evening.........

This ones a gift......shh we won't tell...................

Finished size...32 inches by 36 inches........cast on 156 stitches....






Very delicate........love this variegated yarn.... had this yarn given to me........

I knew one day that I would use it........So happy that my Daughter in law loved it.......

It's a gift for a co-worker.....

                                         Do you knit or crochet while watching the TV???

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6 comments:

  1. That is one beautiful baby blanket!!! I love the pattern and the color. The receiver of it will surely treasure it forever!

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  2. My mum did whilst watching TV lol ! I dont do either just never picked it up , one day though I will give it a whirl lol ! Lovely blanket very pretty and cozy looking to ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  3. Crochet is right beside me!
    And my IPad of course.....tee hee hee....
    Very nice work Linda....
    Enjoy your week...
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  4. I try to knit while watching TV too. Right now I'm working on a cable knit pattern. If I don't complete one patter at a session, I always forget too

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