Knitting through crises
posted by Anna @ 12:07 p.m.
so happy to see these. i truly love your blankets, and wish that i had your eye for color. best, dana
Wow! I love number 3 the best but they are all great.
And then I say - wow! So beautiful blankets:)
Wow, they look much bigger than your previous blankets. I like the first best, perhaps, but I agree they are all lovely! It's always so nice to see your work.
Keskimmäisessä on samoja sävyjä kuin omassani, josta vieläkin ISO kiitos!
ihana! gorgeous! such wonderful blankets...
your blankets are fabulous. so happy to have another look at your gallery, and see the latest. you are very inspiring.......a Canadian fan
There used to be a link on your blog that led to pictures of ALL of your blankets; I think there were 100. I loved those pictures. I bookmarked the link, but now it won't open.
I admire your blankets so much and was inspired to make my own--not as colorful or as beautiful as yours. You can see mine at the January 10 post on Gails Good Yarn, www.sskyop2.blogspot.comI can no longer find your flickr albums of your blankets. Are they still available?Thanks!!
Your blankets are works of art. Thank you for showing them. Can you recommend needle size and yarn weight? I have some experience with mitred squares, and have knit blankets, but not combined the two.
an afghan of some sort is my next project - it would be my first one. i love seeing what people can do with yarn!
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These blankets are really beautiful! the last one is my fav, such great colors and shapes!
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