Wednesday, August 29, 2012

crocheting along

the squares from the crochet along

I’ve been playing in a crochet along. Every fortnight I’ve hooked a square. They’re different patterns and varying sizes but they all use the same yarn. The plan is to eventually join them all together for a bit of an eclectic picnic rug.

I’m not  sure which one is my favourite. Maybe the granny bauble square or the crocodile flower one. Not sure.

Which one is your favourite?

10 comments:

  1. that will definitely make a very cool picnic rug!

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  2. You do the the most beautiful work and it has such a sunshiney feel to it. Cherrie

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  3. Love 'em all together but do dig that crocodile stitch! I can feel another crocheted blankie coming on in this neck of the woods too. Just as we start to look towards the summery sort of weather...

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  4. *LIKE* They are all my favourite! (not sitting on the fence - just couldnt pick one!)

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  5. Ooo, love them all but that white one with the blue border is a fabulous stitch! Which stitch is that? Love it :) Kx

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  6. OH my god!!! they are amazing! You are amazing!! Oh I find it so hard to choose, i truly love them all. But if I had to pick one my eye keeps going back to it would be the top right one, that's sort of bumpy?

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  7. They're looking great Sal! It is going to be such a lovely blanket to just sit and ponder upon with all those wonderful designs in there. I like the middle on the left, it looks like a cloud and a star. Pretty!

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  8. No idea what a crocodile stitch is but can imagine just how glorious this picnic rug will be
    Middle left is my fave

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  9. I just love your colours! they look beautiful all together like that already! They are going to make a great picnic rug! The Croc stitch flower is looking fabulous! You will be so proud to picnic on it! Great job!

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  10. Just discovered your blog from the #reverb12 list. Love them all but love, love the red one in the middle.
    GLx

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