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Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Another Rainbow Stash Buster

Last week I decided to start another rainbow stash busting project, and now I present to you my granny square blanket project. I have matched the width of it to the hexagon blanket that is on my sofa, as I reckon it is a good size.
For now my project is living in this little basket a long with the yarn that I am using to make it. I can't wait to see how it turns out!!
Now I am going to go and make myself a cuppa and crochet some more.

Hope you are all keeping well,

Hazel x

13 comments:

  1. This has a terrific start! I love it and how you're storing everything together in a basket.

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  2. honey, i just love your projects, they are always so bright a cheery and they manage to reflect sunshine, even when there isnt much of real sunshine in the sky.

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  3. It's going to be gorgeous! Love all your bright colours - have fun making it,
    Xx

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  4. Thank you for the lovely comment on my crochet - it's nice to hear from someone so talented in crochet (i'm a complete beginner!!). Your squares are really pretty, I can't wait to see your blanket done!!! Have a creative wednesday xx

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  5. Lovely fun and cheery looking project.

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  6. The bright colors are so nice!

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  7. Your stash busting blanket is so very cheerful! It's already looking wonderful, so I bet by the time you're finished, it's going to be a knock-out.

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  8. Love the colours. Bright and cheerful, just what we need at the moment with all this snow. x

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  9. Such bright, happy colours, love it!!!! Deb x

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  10. Wow, your stash is filled with rainbow colours! If I did a blanket from stash yarn it'd be black, white and yellow.

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  11. My stash never looks that pretty!

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  12. that looks like it would make a pretty scarf as well!

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