Wednesday, July 25, 2012

New pink daisy blanket almost complete...

I'm almost finished with Lynette's pink daisy afghan. I really like how it's turning out. Hopefully, she will too!



I did get some images taken of the join-as-you-go method I use. I'll post those up later today or tomorrow for anyone interested (SnuggleBunny!). Hope everyone has a sunny day.


30 comments:

  1. Hi there, Good see your finished project and as always it looks lovely. Yes I am so waiting your method. See ya again soon hun:)

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  2. Wow ...this is so pretty,Gorgeous,....squares and combination are so pretty.Great job !

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  3. Preciosa la manta, me encanta.
    Un saludo

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  4. Great blanket with really cute colours.

    Lisa

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    1. Hi Lisa, Thank you for the nice comment!

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  5. Hi Laura
    How many squares do you recommend for a baby blanket?
    Thank you
    Tam

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    1. Hi Tam, For a baby-sized blanket, I would do 4 squares across by 6 squares down. They are approximately 7.5" square, so you'd end up with a blanket around 30" x 45" - which I think is a nice size for a baby/toddler. Hope that helps!

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  6. Hello i know this is an old post and im sure you have answered this already, but i was wondering what type of yarn you use for the daisy blanket pictured above? i really love the look of this blanket its so beautiful and was hoping to be able to make one for my grandmother.

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    1. Hi Heather, These are all Caron One Pound yarns: soft pink, white and jonquil (yellow). Hope that helps!

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  7. Did you ever post the "join as you go" method photos? I'm trying to find them. Thanks!

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    1. Hi there, if you click through the "Tutorials" above, I have two postings for join as you go. I hope they help! Here's a link too: http://tillietulip.blogspot.com/2012/07/my-join-as-you-go.html

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  8. Wow, Laura, this is just beautiful! (found you on pinterest- so glad!)

    Melissa~

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  9. Are you able to post the pattern and type of wool etc?

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  10. Thank you for the pattern. Here's a picture of my version of the blanket - made and donated to Project Chemo Crochet - https://www.pinterest.com/pin/475974254344208413/

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  11. Lowe this!!! Do you make these to sell!??

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  12. i have someone asking me to make this -- am i permitted to sell it as long as i give you credit for the design? it's actually just like a blanket i made back in the 70s, and i don't think i ever had a pattern for it (my grandmother showed me how to do it) but since we're both on etsy, i thought i'd better check with you -- because i think once some other people see it, they will also want it -- thank you -- lynn bullock

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    1. Hi Lynn, Because I am also selling my blanket on Etsy, I would prefer you alter it to make it your own. With that said, I have seen many exact copies of my blanket on Etsy without any mention of where the design originated, so I would very much appreciate that you mention Tillie Tulip in your listing. Thank you for asking.

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  13. thank you, laura -- i can change it up, and also mention your tillie tulip and your etsy shop in the listing -- WHEN i get to make it -- got a lot on my plate these days (wish that meant my stuff was actually selling, but hey) -- appreciate your prompt response -- lynn

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    1. I hear you! They do take a lot of time and love to put together, and there are only so many hours in the day! It's still a joy to do it and good for the mind and soul :) Thanks again for getting in touch, and I really do appreciate the courtesy of asking and giving credit. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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  14. Hi Laura, do you possibly have the pattern for this afghan? My daughter Daisy passed away this year and would love to make this in her memory.

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  15. Just finished making blanket using your Daisy Blanket Design and Little Dove Design border. Wish I could post pix for you. Thx for pattern.

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  16. Where do I find the pattern for this blanket?

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  17. I love this blanket. I was wondering where I could get the pattern for the square? Thank you.

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    1. I'm wanting to find out where to get tge pattern myself

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  18. I am another admirer of your blanket. After years of IVF treatment my daughter is finally pregnant with a little girl. Would I be able to have a copy of this pattern? I definitely will not pass the pattern onto anyone as I am the only person I know that crochets!!

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  19. Very pretty, I think I am going to make one for my best friends new grand baby. Thank you for sharing!! If I may ask, how big are you making your blanket, and if it going to be for a new born how big would you make one? Thank you!

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