Sunday, 9 September 2007

Growing

My daisy blanket is slowly growing.



Here's a detail of the border:

...and here it is in it's entirety. You can see just a few of the many ends I'm going to be weaving in when I finish crocheting.

I think I'll do about twenty more rounds, probably in muted light pinks and greens, and finish off with a picot edging.

If you haven't already got it, you can find the pattern for the daisy square in the middle at the Warming Families site.

8 comments:

fabrile heart said...

Looking supercalifragilistic!

Cindy said...

Wow! That is turning out to be so beautiful! I can't wait to see the finished item! I have decided that every "Daisy Square" pattern works up pretty no matter what color anyone uses, don't you think?!

Cindy said...

Just Beautiful!

inkberryblue said...

Thanks so much, you two!
Yes, cindy, I think the daisy square is a great pattern.

Sherri said...

awesome I may borrow the look:)

Oslofia said...

That is just beautiful!!!! I'm rushing to my LYS tomorrow to get some yarn. I wanna make this too :)

Aurora said...

lovely afghan! I'm just finishing up a ripple afghan--next I want make a hexagon one...

turkish crochet said...

This is a very nice blanket. I have never made a blanket, but if I have a baby ı think ı will make one for him.
Anyway, I'm Zübeyde from Turkey. I would be happy to see you on my blog as well. It's mainly on thread crochet. Thank you in advance.