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« Meadow Blanket CAL :: Part 5 | Main

February 12, 2021

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Heather Fox

Hi Lucy
I wonder if you could give me details of how to send you a photo, I want to send you a picture of a crochet project I have been working on. I don't do facebook or twitter I'm afraid.

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Tracy

Hi Lucy,
I was concerned when you did not post yesterday, I have kept checking since.
I hope all is well at attic 24. If you need time take it, the crochet along blankets will wait x

Charlotte

Looking for week 7.

iHanna

This is absolutely gorgeous! I love all the photos you take of your blankets, WIP and finished thing. So so very yummy.

Cheers!

Jen Ballington-James

(Hi Susanne-the extra rows are on this page underneath Lucy's picture of the yarn pegs, flower book and sample strip.)
I'm poodling along slowly with my 2 blankets at once-I'm so glad I decided to do it this way! One Dahlia was simply not enough so two Meadows it must be-I will have two sofas wearing matching blankets-well same colours, different designs. I hate that first row into the chain so really glad I'm doing both together! Your designs are fabulous Lucy, and I NEVER get bored doing them! The colours, arrangements....how on earth do you manage to do all this amazing stuff AND run a home?! I wish I could crochet all day and all the chores and cooking took care of themselves! Thank you so so much for sharing your talents and tips with us Lucy, you're incredible!

Susanne Nichol

Hi Lucy,
Just wondering when week 7 is being published to make up the length for king sized blanket. I thought it would be this Friday and week 8 next week is the border.
If it is published I can’t find it. Thanks for your help.

Nora am Grann

It's a beautiful blanket Lucy...

..always enjoy seeing what others choose with their colour sequence ..

Looking forward to Summer now..enough of the cold and damp..

Keep well, and thanks again for all you give us...

Nora 💐💐💐

Beverley

Blanket is just beautiful Lucy and it so lovely to see other peoples work too. A blanket that shares its cosy snuggles around the world - perfect!

Marylin Ollivier

Hi Lucy This Meadow Blanket Story has been my go to relaxation station...I just love the stripes so much! I am a week behind, but I don't want it to end. HaHa! I want to crochet a curtain top for my craft room window, so hoping I have colors left to make assorted colored flowers. I have colors left over from previous blankety crochet, so it will be a riot of colorful fleurs...very country cottage flavor. We just had a dump of unseasonal snow here too, (Vancouver Island, Canada), but rain and warmer temps will disperse of the white stuff pretty quick. The pristine look of fresh snow has already left us. Stay safe, MO

Teresa Kasner

Hello dear Lucy, how exciting to see your blanket done. I was so pleased to see my blanket on your post.

I am working on it today to help me through as I have bad news, my youngest son had a major heart attack early this morning and he in in an induced coma and had heart surgery. I'm devastated and worried sick. Please keep him in your thoughts. Love, Teresa

Sarah

Thanks Lucy. I'm really enjoying making this blanket, and can't wait to see what the border will be like! It's a lovely soothing end to each day, sitting with my feet up and seeing the summer meadow and sky appear on my lap as I work 😊 Plus the crossed trebles make it so cosy - it's very cold up here in Scotland just now! X

Martina

The best part of these cold winter days is your Meadowblanket–CAL! Friday morning starts with an absolute highlight when I read your new post about how it‘ll go on with the blanket, the snippets of your life an the photos of all the blankets worldwide. Believe me dear Lucy, you made my day when I saw my blanket here on your blog! Thank you so much for all the crochet fun you‘re sharing with us. Martina from Cologne/Germany

Maria

I made a lap throw, following the colour wash design, with 30 doubled stripes, mirrored once. Looks great! Sorry I can't share a picture as I am not on facebook and instagram. Your color schemes are gorgeous, thank you so much!

Louise Gillard

I'm doing the mixed stripe and had noticed not many others over on the IG hashtag. This is the first time I've ever done a blanket without a repeating pattern of colours, so I got very nervous about the colour wash and compromised on the mixed stripe! Just starting week 5, but I'll send you a pic of it so far. 😊

Lynn Dee Butler

I am just starting my blanket journey. The Sweet Pea posey stripe boarder took me several weeks to finish. I had to keep redoing it. Too much tv and talking, not enough paying attention! Ha! But it’s already gifted and now I can focus on The Meadow! I really love the crossed stitches. The pattern is really easy and soothing. I really feel the need for soothing and it delivers. Thank You Lucy!

Nina C

Your blankets are so, so beautiful and truly reflect nature at its best. Your first photo of the snow capped field and hills with the setting sun made me think that those colors would be a lovely softly shaded blanket. I love seeing everyone's interpretation of your CALs. I've had to give up needlework because of problems with my fingers, but it gives me such joy to see the all the creative hookery here.

Arlene Bomback

O just love seeing people from all over the world joining together is such a caring and unique way. Quite remarkable. I wish I could have followed along but will get to it soon. Thanks Lucy!

Rose

I thought the blanket was a full eight weeks of stripes so I'm pleased to find I'm nearer the end than I thought. I'm making the double bed version so it's getting quite unwieldy to work on. But I have enjoyed it.

Frankie Dixon

I am loving this blanket. I did the hydrangea one in my own colours but this is lovely to follow. I am only on stripe 27 and have broken off to crochet some butterflies for a spring display in my local town. I am looking forward to getting back to my blanket though!!

CJ

There are some very exotic locations in those photos. Sun and swimming pools! I always love seeing Teresa's photos too, and she's making a lovely job of her blanket. So nice to see them popping up so far away. Your edges are SO satisfyingly neat, a beautiful job as ever. CJ xx

Roberta m Couchman

So enjoying this - now moorland or woodland next? or at least once I have used up the rest of the balls in a smaller lap blanket. You do have such a lovely eye for beautiful thank you

Christine Clarke

Hello - have loved this project - it is so calming every afternoon/evening, such beautiful colours and so warm over my legs.
I am just a little concerned that I may not have enough Sage left for the border as I only have 16grams. I didn’t realise until too late that there was an error in week 5 instructions. Is this going to be a problem?

Dawn

Thank you for all your work. It's been fun to work this blanket and kind of weird knowing so many others are hooking along :)
I'm happy to report that I've managed to keep up each week and I've darned my ends as I've gone along, working three stripes at a time, go me! (I usually leave them)
It'll be sad to finish but I'm going to gift the blanket to a friend who loves the colours, she says it feels so Summery, I know she doesn't like the winter at all.
Thanks again :)

Lola-JoJo

I'm already feeling quite sad that the blanket is almost finished,, although I know I'll enjoy snuggling under it as much when it's finished as I do when I'm working on it. Thanks for such a lovely experience Lucy, you've made the deep mid winter feel more bearable.

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