I said I was going to crochet tonight and I did. I had a nice chat with Mom and then listened to my audiobook while I worked on the corner to corner blanket. It’s been a while since I started this one and I had to refresh my memory on how to do it but it’s really easy so a couple minutes watching the video and I was back at work. Not all patterns look good in variegated yarns but I’m liking how this is working up.

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4 thoughts on “Blanket

  1. Yes, this variegated yarn is perfect. It looks soft too. Recently I went to a baby shower and took handmade receiving blankets, a crochet baby blanket and a small baby quilt for my soon to be great great niece. I was very surprised at all the remarks made over the handmade items. I would love to make this but after reading the pattern I think I’ll stick to extra simple ones.

  2. I love making C2C afghans – once you get the method into your head it’s pretty simple. I usually use variegated yarn alternating with solids – it can be more complicated to figure out yardage requirements, but it makes a fun afghans for the charity that I make them for.

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