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« Woodland Blanket CAL :: Part 6 | Main | Making the Seasons :: February »

February 23, 2018

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wakemeupbeforeyoucocoa

Gorgeous!

Lesley Abigail

Phew! I thought i wouldnt have enough lime to do the edge but I did! It took a lot less than i thought. Only colour i ran out of was cypress so i just left the last cypress ripple out. This blanket has been therapeutic whilst my OH has been very ill in hospital. It has soothed me to do a few ripples when i got home from visiting as it got a bit too big to take with me. Thank you Lucy and i hope your own health has improved.

Margit

I am doing the Woodland blanket using the ripple from the coastal blanket and using your random stripe. Have started the edging and decided to use lime, spice copper and storm. How close to the colors you picked! I noticed that you had copper and then storm in one of your sequences and just loved those two together. I really have enjoyed this blanket and all the other patterns that people have used.

Angela-Southern USA

Although I didn't join in with this CAL, I have thoroughly enjoyed following along visually and seeing all the different takes on it as well. I totally understand the "glazed eyes" effect when discussing my hooky creations with my family, and so very thankfully for the inter-webs connecting like minded people. I think the leaves would make a beautiful addition to the blanket! Happy hooking!xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Sarah

Thank you so much for this CAL. It's the first CAL I've not only kept up (well apart from one week) but finished on the day the last part came out. Loved it!

Emilia Barbosa

Can we please have the pattern and tutorial for the leaves? They look amazing on the bottom part of the Woodland blanket!
Thank you,
Emilia Barbosa

Charlotte.

Beautiful finish.

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