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« Harbour Blanket CAL :: Part 1 | Main | January Feels Good! »

January 14, 2022


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Christiane Diels

Looking for a pattern and colourway I found this gem! Last year I made the Coast ripple blanket for my greatgrandson, he wanted lots of blue 😊(9)so the Harbour-recipient will be his 2,5 Yr old sister-matches his blanket beautifully!
Thank you!


A three day weekend in the States means I’m finished early this week! Woo hoo!

Linda from Boston

Wow Carol!! Your words are beautiful!! Crochet Poetry!! ♥️


Oh my when clementine meets aspen it is quite a party! I am so enjoying this beautiful blanket already. I hear each color as it joins the conversation and there is simply magical uplifting joy from the cacophony of voices. Incredibly pleasing and fun!


Week 2 CAL is looking lovely. I am enjoying seeing what other people are doing with your design as well.


Am enjoying your new CAL, love the bright colours.
This my third one joining in with you. Love your blog and thankyou for your generous sharing of your designs.
Love seeing what others are up to as well.


I'm loving the colours for this blanket - really happy ones, joyous even! And I always look forward to seeing what other blankets people are making with them. My favourite so far is Denise's Yuletide one! Wow, pretty or what?!


I love this sooo much !! I almost finished part 1 only to discover that the last two colours on your blog are Aspen and Denim. I followed the printed worksheet and there they are Denim and then Aspen. But it's fine with be, the whole pattern is soooo gorgeous and it is so very relaxing to work on. Thank you so very much Lucy, for yet another beautiful piece of art !!!

Marylin Ollivier

Hi Lucy Oooooh, more hooky stripes of beauteous color! This is such a relaxing stitch. Wonderful to see all the different blankets everyone is doing. This is an Inspiration Station for sure! Take Care, Hugs, MO


Thank you so much for yet another joyous blanket to lift the mood in these dull January days.
I'm working on the double síze, the first time I will actually keep a blanket for my own use rather than gifting away. I have added the optional stripes in week one, and see there are 3 optional for this week. I'm wondering how the plan will work out for double if these optional rows are all worked up, am I likely to have a super long blanket?
Many thanks for your generosity sharing your designs and colour recipes with us all

Squirrel Mitchell

Can't wait to make a start on this, ripple blankets have always freaked me a bit, but your pattern is so reassuring. Thank you, as always, for your hard work bringing us another incredible project xx


I am feeling tempted...I love the colour wash version and the Yuletidede one....but the spike stitch is so lovely too........
Well done Lucy on another gorgeous colour combination.

Linda from Boston

Thanks for posting the pictures of the other patterns people are using. They’re all beautiful and it’s fun to see the creativity of our crocheters!! Very inspiring. The weather is turning nasty the next few days, so I’m looking forward to working on the next part.


Lovely, I do like to see everyone's different blankets as well. The colourwash is brilliant, so clever to watch it unfold. Those bright pops of colour are definitely reminiscent of a harbour. CJ xx


Lovely post and enjoyed seeing all the different versions being made. I've still got to do my order for the wool, so will be not crocheting along with you all, but it will be great to do it in autumn/winter here. Thanks Lucy for hosting this, take care & hugs. BTW: I've a photo of the fishing baskets very similar & also taken in Whitby.


So beautiful
Nearly finished Yuletide then I can start!

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