18 366 Diggy's blanket

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    I started this a while ago, quite a long while ago now I stop to think about it. I started it the day I shrank the first blanket I made for Diggy in the wash. A gorgeous, jewel coloured ripple stripe blanket in silk/merino mix yarn...reduced to the size of a very small bathmat. Howl.

    I used the same kind of yarn for his replacement blanket (Mirasol Tupa for the yarnaholics) but went classic Granny for the design. I crocheted them together to form the ridge which divides each square from the next which I think has turned out well. I'm debating adding an edge, but I think that less is probably more in this case.

    1. Ly (Lyanne Wylde Photography) 27 months ago | reply

      want. omg, if my nan saw this she'd have thrown mine out. i met a crocheter at v's shoot on sunday...let me find her name, nope. can't will ask yash. x

    2. -spudballoo- 27 months ago | reply

      Diggy's first blanket (RIP)

    3. **Pip** 27 months ago | reply

      Both beautiful blankets

    4. Monviso View 27 months ago | reply

      lucky Diggy! It's gorgeous and must be so soft.
      Ripply bathmats are cool.

    5. Lucy Hughes 27 months ago | reply

      Are there no end to your talents?! This is fabulous (as was version 1). Great photo of it too xx

    6. Kerry'sWorld 27 months ago | reply

      This is amazing. You're so talented

    7. **Sue** 27 months ago | reply

      So beautiful

    8. Izzydizzybee 27 months ago | reply

      both beautiful and this make me so envious of your talent x

    9. sundaylarkin 27 months ago | reply

      Lovely. I really like the ridge effect.

    10. EGIB27 27 months ago | reply

      Wow, it's very neat.

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