CAL week 9   4 comments

It took me until Sunday morning to do it, but here are this week’s rows! The blanket is too big to easily get a photo of, but I have an idea how to do it when it is done – stay posted, and see if it works. 🙂

row 63 and 64

row 64 -  67

row 68

row 69

week 9 complete


Posted July 28, 2013 by salpal1 in what I am making

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4 responses to “CAL week 9

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  1. What a lovely variety of stitches.

    • Hannah is doing a great job keeping the variety going!

      • It looks great and must be lovely to make too. no time to get bored.

        • No, nothing approaching boredom. And I think getting it in weekly segments helps with that as well – I look forward to seeing what is next. She could have me do 8-9 rows of double crochet, and it would be OK. 🙂

          It makes me think about starting something similar with folks as well, but then I think about the time commitment to come up with it, and I think I’ll just keep plugging away at what I do already. 🙂

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