Gorgeous combination.Love the lilac and purple with the white.beautiful.can't wait to see it done.have a nice and pleasant week.:0)
Thanks Luna! I'll be sure to post a photo when it's done.
so pretty ! Love all your blankets !
Thanks Priscilla! I'll let you know how it turns out. Have a wonderful holiday weekend!
What gorgeous flowers/blankets! I just stumbled across your blog and you do such beautiful work! And thank you for being so generous with your free patterns and photo tutorials—that must take a lot of effort and time. The colors and your combinations of them are fantastic! I’m fairly new to crocheting so am not that familiar with yarn. Do you mind telling us what brand and type of yarn you use in those yummy colors? Thank you.
Hi puripanda! Thanks for you message and for stopping by! It does take a bit of time to create these tutorials, but someone did it for me, so I hope I can help someone else! I use just about any yarn I can get my hands on :) The purples in this particular daisy square are Caron One Pound yarns. I used white, jonquil (yellow) lilac and lavender blue.
I just stumbled across your blog and you do such beautiful work!The colors are fantastic!Thank you.
Thank you wild rose for the very nice comment! Have a wonderful weekend!
Happy Labor Day !...can wait to see the blanket....:0)Enjoy your weekend.
Love your work, just a quick question: do you make the flower, then the granny square around it? Or do you make the granny square then add the flower to the middle? I'm a crocheter and I love the afghans!
Hi Divalicious, Thanks for your nice comment. With most of my flowers I work the background to the flower. Anything that requires more sewing on or weaving in I try to avoid! There are, however, instances where I do sew them on. Usually you work behind the petals into chain spaces. If you'd like to see how I added rounds to this daisy, click on my tutorials or I'll try to add the link here: http://tillietulip.blogspot.com/2012/06/adding-rounds-to-daisy.html