Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Decision Made.....

 

 
 
I'm HAPPY......keep it simple, crochet together with charcoal grey yarn.
 
 
 
 
Thank you so much for all your advice! You are brilliant as usual!
 

 

 
I wasn't keen on the white or grey.....
 
 
 
 
Yes, this is it, I'm happy!
 
 
Thank you,
 
Ada :) xxx
 
(This is going to take me years........)

 

33 comments:

  1. What a beautiful rainbow blanket that is going to be
    Julie xxxxxxxx

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  2. Good choice Ada! - yep white would have watered down the colourful impact. X

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  3. Yeah!! I'm glad you're joining them without the white borders ... this is going to look SO cozy when you get it done ... eventually ... when you're celebrating your 70th birthday ;D Wendy x

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  4. I missed your last post, Ada, but having just read it I'd go with the charcoal grey or similar. I've seen so many of those white bordered blankets and to be honest - I'm not keen! (shhhh! It's heresy, I know!) But I'm loving the colours of the blanket itself - I am heavily into colour myself at the moment - it counteracts the awful dreariness of the weather today. So, get a move on, (she grins) and let's see the finished blanket!Lx

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  5. It's looking good, happy colour's for a dull day...

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  6. I'm happy you're happy, Ada! :-)

    Stephanie

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  7. As long as you are happy, that is all that matters. I hope that it doesn't take you tooooo long so that you can get snuggling very soon. xx

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  8. Just lovely Ada! I love how you just crack on with things and next minute we're getting a new tadah! moment from you ... I just have vintage knitting bags dotted about the house full of half-finished crochet projects! Well done, I love it xxx

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  9. Good! It's going to look gorgeous x Jane

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  10. It's looking fabulous Ada - so bright and cheery and a perfect companion to your other blanket :)

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  11. It's going to be gorgeous; in fact, it is already. :)

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  12. This is going to be a happy, colourful blanket:))

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  13. Oooh weee it's going to be a cheery snuggly beauty Ada x I'm glad you made your decision x

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  14. Lovely work you have going here Ada! Is it going to be a blanket? WHat yarn are you using? Looks great!
    xxx
    Annette
    My Rose Valley

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    1. Yes it's going to be a blanket for my eldest daughter, although I've asked her if it can live downstairs!!! It's King Cole Merino Blend, great to work with, I've got some pink shades too so may do a pinky one for the spring.....if I ever finish this one, it's very time consuming! :) x

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  15. Yes, great result. It is going to make a wonderful blanket for your daughter!! xoxo

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  16. That look's so happy and wonderfully fun!

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  17. That looks lovely.I'm busily doing plain coloured hexagons for my next blanket but would like some advice on how to arrange them(see my blog).The thought of joining them all together is rather daunting!What kind of camera do you use?Your photos are so much better than mine.

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  18. I love it Ada ... it's a celebration of colour ... Bee xx

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  19. Looking gorgeous. It will be worth all the hard work. x

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  20. You'll be snuggling under it all finished before you know it : -)

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  21. yes i can ses wyt you are so happy it looks lovely

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  22. This is lovely! A fabulous heirloom to pass on!

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  23. No matter how long it takes it is going to look wonderful :)

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  24. It will be a labour of love and look gorgeous x

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  25. What yarn do you use to make these squares?

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