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March 31, 2010


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What a lucky little B and such a pretty mama. Your blanket is precious.

Bairbre Aine

Beautiful! Lovely. What a delightful baby blanket.
The colours are wonderful.
Your wee man will, not doubt, enjoy a good snuggle under this cozy masterpiece!
Well done.


It's stunning! The zigzags through it work SO well and you were definitely right to do your border around the whole thing, it finishes it off perfectly and pulls in all the edges from the half sqaures (um, triangles, whoops).
Well worth it I'd say, and now you can move on to buying New Stash and making New Things - I know you are looking forward to this!
Lots of love, Heather xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Very nice! :)
Nagyon kedves! :)

Clare Martin

Absolutely gorgeous! I'm passing your details on to the crochet class tonight so they can see your blog. I stock baby cashmerino.......hmmm, might not be any left in a few days time! Thanks again for inspiration, love it.

Cazza of North Queensland, Australia

Love it, love it, love it! The little zig-zags rows going through it work really well. So beautiful and so inspiring!

Thanks so much for sharing! :-)

Cazza of North Queensland, Australia

P.S. If you ever do do a tutorial for the little squares, could you also explain how to do the half ones? I have tried and tried but just can't work them out!


Thanks for posting this! I was so inspired by your early photos that I actually have started a ziz-zag blanket of my own. I was dying to see if you'd put zig-zags through the blanket because when I was playing with mine I felt like I needed to. These things have a mind of their own don't they?

Absolutely gorgeous blanket...thank you!! :)))



What a lovely blanket! I really like it and I am so impressed of your work.

I admire your blog and I hope that i OK that i posted a link to you on my blog? I want to show my Swedish friends who is reading my blog. I also borrowed a flickr photo of yours. if you think its not ok please let me know so I can take it away

Best regards /Ann in Sweden


Your rug is gorgeous. I love the way the centres of the teeny squares creates a secondary pattern of horizontal and vertical stripes. The emotions behind the things we make is so very special and personal and not something that many people realise.


That is really lovely :)


WOW!!! I just finished a crochet blanket and when I see yours...I would like to start a new one immediatelly. Love your blog!


Brilliant! So unbelievably beautiful! Great work!


Oh my goodness, how lovely! I´m crocheting a blanket myself right now, but it´s not going to end up even close to this greatness!

Thanks for the inspiration!


Wow! What a fantastic blanket! You really have worked hard but it certainly paid off! Thank you for sharing with us. :)




wow!!!! really beautiful!!! congratulations!!


hello lucy,
I think there is just one word for it : wonderful!
so wonderful!
the squares at the edge look a bit like hearts. also very nice!
congratulations to this really beautiful blanket. I am sure I would put it around me like a skirt to have it with me all the time (well.. :o)at home)
best wishes to you and yours from katja (hamburg)


Inspired by you i have just about started to learn to crochet, and i know its a tough job , to be patient and do the whole stuff
You are doing a great job , this baby blanket is awesome...


Your blanket is so lovely.


Beautiful! Definitely worth all that hard work x


How wonderfully clever, talented and beautiful you are. Nothing says love more than a hand made blanket, even better when it's your own handiwork.

I love the the squares and zig zags, I'm rather a fan of squares and angles, the blanket is marvelous!! Your crochet work is so even and perfect. Just lovely!!

Thanks for sharing. Lishaxx


Wow~beautiful, I must say!


That's fabulous!


Wow, another beautiful little blanket. It looks so pretty en colorful again:0)))))

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