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June 22, 2017

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Amy

Hi, Lucy! Will one Original Attic24 Pack be sufficient for making the Summer Harmony blanket? Or should I buy two packs?

Ondrea

Woooohooo! Another wonderful project to make with left overs from the previous 2 blankets I crocheted with you. I am still a beginner but have enjoyed the journey as you make everything so clear to see and read. Is it possible to tell me how many squares I need for a knee blanket or throw?

Carol

Hi Lucy. I have recently discovered your site and am blown away by your choice of colours and patterns. Although a life long knitter you have inspired me to learn to crochet and have just purchased the wool for the summer harmony blanket. I am following your tutorial but am not able to get the PDF on clicking on the link http://attic24.typepad.com/files/summer-harmony-1-1.pdf. Is there an issue with this?

Mirjam Slotboom

Hi! Oooow how I like this blanket-to-be soooo much!
Do you maybe have a drawn pattern of the harmony granny square?
That way I can take my project with me at all times.
Thanks!! Mirjam, from the Netherlands x

Carolyn A Lloyd

I see you laid out those itty bitty squares on to the skeins for
Round 2. Could you lay them out on the skeins after each round so we can see your color combinations? Since you want to document your work...😊

Liesbet

Once again, this will become a very beautiful blanket!
I love the colours!!!
Can't wait to see the result...
Love, Liz.

Sue Eamens

What a brilliant way to make colour choices so the colours will be evenly used. I am stash busting making your hexagon rug and was struggling to get a good mix of colour. Problem solved. It's now looking brilliant. Love both your patterns and colour pallets Sue in OZ.

Andrea

These are such happy colors. How can one keep from smiling when seeing them! Thank you for brightening my world today!

Blessings~ Andrea

RuralTN

I like the Harmony Blanket pattern. Love the colors.

Dorothy Harrington

What size will the finished blanket be please?

auntiemichal

Hi, Lucy! Wonderful looking blanket and such happy colors! Years ago I made a baby blanket with some of those same colors using the same "no repeats" process. Since I had, I think, only 5 or 6 colors, it was less intense, but still a brain twister. I also spent a lot of time arranging the completed blocks so the centers and last rounds weren't next to each other. It was a fun puzzle! I wish I had a picture of it....

Terry

Hi Lucy, what size hook are you using for this blanket? I can't seem to find the size anywhere. Hope you can help.

Kerry Lucas

Your pictures are so clear and the colours together gorgeous. Have a great Sunday. x

Linda Midtlyng

I do have the Attic24 Harmony Blanket kit that requires the 3 bunches of Parma Violet. I need to have these to join my blanket.

Candace Jacobs

Linda, if you purchased the Harmony Yarn Pack then YES, it should have came with three balls of Parma Violet. BUT...if you purchased the Original Attic24 Yarn Pack to make the blanket above, then NO, there isn't a stitch of Parma Violet in it. The two blankets only have the pattern in common except, if I understand correctly, where the Harmony Blanket used the Parma Violet to join all the squares, the revised pattern for the Summer Harmony (using the Original Attic24 Yarn Pack) will use all the colors for joining. Hope this helps.

Jacquie

This is going to be another beauty Lucy. I love your original colours and the harmony pattern is gorgeous.
I'm glad you are finding comfort in crochet. I seem to have lost my interest a while back.
Hopefully one day it will return.
Jacquie x

claire

The download works perfectly and is a fab idea.
lovely easy to follow chart with the picture attached for comparison.
Thank you

Jen

You have created a huge challenge for yourself. I'm sure it will be spectacular! I appreciate your comment about weaving in ends as you go. I have been doing that for years because I cannot stand to do it all at the end, and because it seems easier to "lose" them in one's ongoing project.

Ronda Richards

Lucy dear,
My daughter,21, asked if you had a death wish when I told her this blanket would have 600 colour changes. Lol
When I saw your pictures, I smiled to myself. I have made several "patches" of granny squares using all my leftovers. I will eventually have a blanket.
I love your posts. Each one brings me peace and serenity as though I were with you in your cozy corner crocheting or rambling along a countryside walk with you.
And of course Kitty is my favorite.
Thank you so much for your posts and pix. I look forward to each one.

Linda

I am going over my wool for the Harmony Blanket and I don't find the yarn for the joining. Supposed to be 3 balls of Parma Violet. My package does not have these. Are they purchased separately?

Arlene

Lovely colors Lucy, so bright and cheery. I am currently working on two of the Marinke Slump tribute blankets at once but might give your Summer Harmony blanket a go.

Thanks for reaching out to us every so often and inspiring us to seek out color in our lives. I love your colorful photos and of course your finished blankets.

Margit Sauer

Dear Lucy, I am following your "blanket production" for quite a while now and it inspires me again and again... Thank you sooo much for your really creative and colourful work - wished to be so organized and dedicated on my blanket/s as you are :-) Please carry on! All the best wishes for you from the Black Forest.
P.S.: Summer Harmony is going to be my next blanket, as the 22nd of June was my birthday...

Judy

I am color-challenged, but I learned that I can just come to your site and see what colors you're working with and happily copy you. I love your blanket already. Thank you so much for the inspiration and your wonderful eye for color. From Wyoming, USA.

Linda

Making blankets is my most favourite thing to do so I can completely understand where you're coming from Lucy, I used your method when I made my violet meadow blanket but my centers were little cog wheels not squares and I had so much fun with it. Once I get some of my many wips out of the way I will be making a summer harmony blanket too although by then it will probably have to be an Autumn or even winter harmony blanket haha have a great weekend. :) xx

Ingeborg

About this darning business: one can do it with the hook. Simply thread the yarn ends through one leg of the top Vs of each stitch half way around the first round. That's my way of getting round my darn-o-loathia.

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