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February 09, 2024


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Love those colours! Fuchsia!


You're right, cosiness and comfort; routine and ritual...embrace winter and make the most of it rather than moan about the weather and what we can't do, or don't feel like doing! And when you have all those glorious colours to lift your mood...maybe it will become your new favourite season? Cx


Oh Lucy, the colours, what can I say. You are amazing at putting them together. What I especially love about this one is the richness and vibrancy. Although I am not making this one, got to finish an enormous bobble stripe blanket first (!), I am so enjoying reading along with the cal and seeing the garden inspiration photos. They are also really useful for planning some more colour in the garden this year! I look forward to the final collage.
Thank you very much Lucy, much appreciated.


Lovely cosy photos! I'm relieved to see you say that additional stripes can be added at the end. I'm using the Summer Ripple pack and had guessed from earlier CAL weeks that I'd need 105 stripes. Carefully worked out a colour order for the extras with as-even-as-possible spacing of the stronger shades. The lacey shell pattern is so soothing, and the summer colours are just.... happy!


Truly lovely! A terrific way to brighten up a winter morning.

Pamela Beeching

This is the very first stripy blanket I’ve made. All my blankets have been made from intricate fiddly big squares, using nine at the most, carefully chosen colours. This blanket is like being set free after a long spell in prison!! All these colours! Haven’t enjoyed making a ‘joyful’ blanket since your ‘Sunny Log Cabin’ (which is still going strong!). Thank you for inventing this blanket, thank you for the uncomplicated and unashamed celebration of colour and thank you for the fun!

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