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« Springfrost Blanket CAL :: Part 1 | Main | January Moments »

January 13, 2023

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Helen Grieves

I wasn’t sure of the colours when the pack arrived but I think it’s the best blanket ever.

Frances

When I first got he colour pack I wasn't sure how the likes of meadow would sit with the paler shades, especially the blues. Now I have worked the first 16 rows ( I am a week behind) It is just coming together really nicely. I love the colourway and the stitch. Thank you

Deniz turgut

This is my first CAL and I’m having so much fun. Looking at the colours together as the blanket builds makes me more and more excited. I also like and find that when doing each row, the 2nd row repeat before changing colours is quicker. So this motivates me to finish that colour as there’s less trebles. I’m not sure if you did that on purpose, but it’s one of those things that keeps me motivated. Overall loving this and can’t wait to do the border at the end for the final cherry on top 😊

Beverley

Such lovely soft Spring colours. I really love this blanket. I am really glad that you are showing what other people are doing as well as I don't do other social media. Some very talented people around inspired by you. Thank you Lucy x

Simon

Happy New Year! Glad the CAL is going well, I'm still doing my Yuletide squares but I'm sure I will finish eventually! Do the willow sculptures in your local woods get frosted, or are they too well protected by the trees? The Huntress would look very Narnia-ish all frosted over!
Looking forward to next weeks post!

Jill

I wasn't too sure about the lighter colours of this blanket but as usual my lovely hubby gave me the wool pack for Christmas. I duly started crocheting week one rows and it happened... As the rows grew so did the pleasure of the brilliant combination of colours and taa daa!!! ... I am in love with it. What a surprise but I can't get enough of it now. You are a genius. I just love your style and colour and your blog brings me such joy. Thankyou Thankyou Thankyou.

Julia Hansche

Dear Lucy,

Together with my friend I am taking part in this years CAL. She is doing the colourwash version of the blanket while I follow your colour combinations. It is so interesting to compare our versions.

Earlier this week I went to an art exhibition in Potsdam and saw some winter paintings by impressionists. Apparently at that time winters were quite cold and there was a lot of snow due to some climate changes. I took home a postcard of my favourite painting by Monet and your colour palette really hits it.
I would love to e-mail you my picture, but cannot find an e-mail-address and unfortunately I am not doing social media. I quickly made up a post on my blog just for the photos and send you the link:
https://www.boeneke.net/wordpress/?p=5825

I think it is amazing.

Best wishes from Julia

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