Wednesday, June 1, 2011

African flower all put together & 2 new starts

http://byelizabethcat.blogspot.com/2010/05/double-edging-now-know-how.html I saw this african flower project and knew I had to use these colors for a blanket.
Its all put together and has a double border..Only a few of the ends have been sewn in.Seems like there are a million ! LOL !














My 18 year old wants a red white and blue blanket so I am making this ripple for him. Not very far yet !









http://yarn-ing.blogspot.com/2009/07/granny-square-pattern.html I saw this pattern yesterday and started it.It might be a gift , still have to decide ! Thanks for looking !









19 comments:

Leah said...

Wow your african flower blanket is absolutely stunning. The colours are beautiful. I am sooooo jealous!

Linda said...

How beautiful!

karen said...

wow, I absolutely love your flower blanket! the colours are gorgeous

Pammy Sue said...

Beautiful blanket! Very nice colors.

Karen said...

Hi,
I popped on over from I crochet and I'm loving your blanket! Beautiful colors.

Carina said...

Just found your blog. Just love the African flower blanket's colours! Definitely one of my next projects.All the best with those loose ends! Carina x

frills and spills said...

Wow!!! I absolutely love your African Flower blanket. It is totally gorgeous! I can't wait to make one - I have only just learned how to make African Flowers a few days ago.

Thank you for visiting my blog :)
Jasmine

El Atelier de Cris said...

Muy bonita tu manta,me gusta mucho.

Aunt Angie said...

Hi, I love your African Flower Blanket!! I have just learnt how to crochet and I'm in the middle of making a granny squares blanket. Think my next blanket will have to be one like yours!!

Before the Sun Goes Down said...

Love your african flower blanket!

mumbai flowers delivery said...

Wow! these blankets are wonderful.

Guantes DE Nitrilo said...

So luck to come across your excellent blog. Your blog brings me a great deal of fun.. Good luck with the site

Anastacia Knits said...

love the african flowers, how lovely!

Guantes De Vinilo said...

I've just decided to create a blog, which I have been wanting to do for a while. Thanks for this post, it's really useful!

Botiquin De Pared said...

Awesome, i am always looking for new ideas. This is beautiful and unique.

Emily H. said...

May I ask how you put these together? I'm in the process of making one and I haven't been joining as I go. How do you join 3 of them together if you haven't been joining as you go?

Cloverdahlia said...

is there a quick instruction on doing a single version of that yummy border?

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Peg said...

The jars are great and the African flower blanket is just beautiful, the colours you have chosen go together perfectly and bring Africa itself to mind. Well done.

Peg x