Monday, April 28, 2008

Progress report

My Gee's Bend baby blanket is coming along.


The square on the top now has a sideways strip out to the right, which will likely continue on the whole width. I'm beginning to worry about my yarn quantities, so I think I'll be as efficient as I can. Strips knitted in between the squares, bound off in the middle, as obvious seams. Whatever little border I can contrive.

I got another book from the library! My oh my, I might have to take up sewing! Gorgeous! So much inspiration! Ahhhh!

5 comments:

  1. Oh, wow, I am *loving* the baby blanket!! That's really inspirational; I might need to do one of my own! Hmm, after Lizard Ridge though, maybe... The book looks seriously cool too, but then, I already have a stash of quilting fabrics...

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  2. Wow; simply fantastic. I've had fun with some squares using short rows and slipped stitches, inspired by some that Horst Schulz did.

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  3. They look lovely, Mary, and the colours are gorgeous!

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  4. Beautiful - I'm thinking of Curve of Pursuit for my next baby blanket, but this knitted Gees Bend is really nice.

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  5. Anonymous8:21 AM

    Absolutely stunning...I love the colours and the varied widths and angles....
    Jan

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