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November 30, 2014

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Pam

I'm was looking for a new pattern to try.A friend at work is adopting a baby and she asked me to make her a blanket .Could you please send

Robin

Looking for an afgan that is crochet 10 dc and then crochet sc10 and repeat.
I think it's called "the no brain 10 afgan

Debbi duckworth

I love your pattern. Can you tell me where to get it? Thank you for any help.

Marion Nash

I would like the instruction/ for this pattern.

Brenda N

Would love to do this blanket as a baby blanket. How do I get the pattern please

Pamela Page

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Mary Lu Schmidt

I would like a pattern of this blanket,from beginning to finish. Thank you

inmáculádá

Ijust already have bought the pack. I adore crochet and I am looking forward startng my blancket. Than you very much, Lucy, for sharing yours ideas.

My nick name is Lala

Dawn Zukas

Where can I get the pattern for this?

lisa

Hi there how do we get this pattern please

Cheers Lisa

gayla torres

i love this blanket, i would like the pattern

alix coralie

Hi Lucy I like you blanket and all crochet works...thank you so much for sharing

Alix

katherine edgar

Just starting part 5 really enjoying this as its the first thing I'm making for myself so glad i learnt this hobby so many fun things i want to make x x

Sandra

Even though I'm way behind I'm loving this project and seeing everyone else's photos. Here's a link to my Cal 5 : https://daffodilwild.wordpress.com/2015/01/25/cal5/

Mary Parris

I had to rush ahead with my blanket as it's a Christmas present that needed to be posted. I had to create my own edging - will be interesting to see how different it is from the offical 'Lucy' one!
http://uk.pinterest.com/pin/410249847281122374/

Marie

Hi Liz, you should have 66 clusters in each. Are you going into the last stitch on the first single row and then the last of the chain 3 when you finish the second single row? (I hope that makes sense?)

Annette D.

This is my first attempt at an afghan and I also have wobbly edges and I have the directions right by me!! I'm not sure what I've goofed. It's getting frustrating but I love it so much and it's for myself so trying to let go and hope I get it figured out as I go along. I did a test small piece and it seems to work and my numbers seemed right. Very confusing :(

Carla

My edges are wobbly too. I've already had to rip out 5 rows and do them again, now I'm just doing it by sight. If it doesn't work I'm afraid I give up on this one. A shame because it's a lovely effect.

Teresa

Lucy,
I've just received the dispatch note from the Post Office and it seems too long waiting till tomorrow morning and pick up my expected balls. Yesss!!!

Rae

Just about to start colour number 14 so only at CAL one stage so far....hubby thinks it's a scarf! I am trying to sew my ends in every few rows (not sure if I'll keep that up though)really enjoying the colour changes and also loving the pictures of the other CAL blankets......Thank you Lucy for sharing.

Verity

BEAUTIFUL! I'm itching to start my own Cosy but I still have so many WIPs to finish. I'm also wondering about the same colours, but in Granny Squares. Hmmmm......

k!rst!n

Dear Lucy,
first I want to thank you for the wonderful crochet patterns. My English is not good, but your patterns are described and illustrated so great that even I understand them. Very often I can relax and feel happy again when I crochet a blanket according to your instructions.
I just started with your new pattern and perhaps you might want to look at how it looks like? I show it today in my blog - presented by my little doll Ida.
I would be so happy about visit from you on my blog.
Dearest greetings from Germany
sends you
Kirstin
www.kruemelmonsterag.de

My cosy stripe blanket start shows here:
http://www.kruemelmonsterag.de/2014/12/blickdienstag-62-von-oben-nach-unten.html

Miss

It is so beautiful.
A great size for a blanket, and a great job to do.
Miss.

Anne

Everytime I see these pictures I long for christmas (I hope to get the colour pack for christmas!). Such pretty colours!!

Take care
Anne
http://crochetbetweentwoworlds.blogspot.de

Carla

I am loving this blanket Lucy. I'm not able to join in yet though as I have too much already on the to do list, but it's definately something I will come back to. It's really beautiful.

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