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This is one pattern that was in my "to do" list since long!! Didn't dare to go for a full sized afghan, so at the first opportunity made a baby afghan!! Lovely pattern, but is a wool-eater indeed!!

A bit slow uploading this but I managed 2.5 rounds in week 6

An earlier image is here.

 

And the backside is here.

 

The pattern is from Sarah London and the pool is here.

Finally finished this bad boy using only scrap yarn. But then I found more yarn. I might add more rows ...

More progress us here.

 

And the backside is here.

 

The pattern is from Sarah London and the pool is here.

That was hard work but its done ready for the picnics.. just need some sun now!

 

18 - 20 balls of yarn later, I was scared that it would "eat" me out of house and home but I love it and am really happy with it!

  

sarahlondon.wordpress.com/wool-eater-instructions/

Instructions are now available here

 

sarahlondon.wordpress.com/2009/08/25/wool-eater-instructi...

 

Do you have questions about the wool eater afghan? are you wondering what's going on? yes, you do, then you'll find them if you follow the link.

 

sarahlondon.wordpress.com/2009/08/19/wool-eater/

 

and this is what I had to say to Teresa,

 

"Teresa please, if you don't mind STOP altering my instructions and renaming my patterns and pretending to make them your own. This is not the first time you have done this. Please show some respect!!!"

 

sarah-london.blogspot.com/2007/11/wool-eater-blanket.html

Of all the blankets I've ever made, this by far uses the most yarn. The perfect blanket for using up what you have. My goal here to only use existing yarn, and since I have too much, it shouldn't be a problem.

 

More progress on this is here.

 

And the backside is here.

trying out the wool-eater pattern from Sarah London textiles. Love it!!

Desde que vi este patrón he querido probarlo, y es mucho más fácil de lo que parece. Me encanta!!

These are the first squares I've made up for an afghan

Wool Eater Pattern by Sarah London Textiles.

 

addicting. must. make. more.

Wooleater cal 2012 week 3

sarahlondon.wordpress.com/wool-eater-instructions/

 

That was hard work but its done ready for the picnics.. just need some sun now!

My blog helencrochet1.wordpress.com/

  

This is my wooleater blanket, from Sarah London site.. after 25 rounds I'm not sure if I should add more or just stop now.. help me make my mind up

 

sarahlondon.wordpress.com/2012/01/04/wool-eater-cal-2012/

All the colors in the rainbow... used this gorgeous pattern:

sarahlondon.wordpress.com/2009/08/25/wool-eater-instructi... from Sarah London

Still in progress... two more rounds I think and that should do it.

 

I have a light blue and a navy.. which order should I put them in do you think?

Wooleater Blanket pattern

Wool Eater Pattern by Sarah London Textiles.

 

addicting. must. make. more.

Practicing for the potholder swap.

 

I got all cocky feeling like I know everything about crochet, but then I couldn't wrap my head around the instructions for this Esther square at all. "In same stitch?" Yeah, I'm a bit fuzzy about what's going on there.

Here is the infamous wool eater afghan, otherwise known as the Catherine's wheel, or the new name of Bavarian crochet. Once you get the hang of it, it's very easy, and it's very beautiful

03/01/09 - 60:365

 

A colorful start to March. Scrap-buster.

 

Pattern: Wool-Eater by Sarah London

i love granny-squares

My blog helencrochet1.wordpress.com/

 

This is my wooleater blanket, from Sarah London site.. after 25 rounds I'm not sure if I should add more or just stop now.. help me make my mind up!

 

sarahlondon.wordpress.com/2012/01/04/wool-eater-cal-2012/

Another wool-eater sample, this is the back side, so interesting too.

I love foled blankets ( afghans) they look so nice. I'm now at row 25. Not finished yet. The colors I used were out of stock so I now use different colors and two colors in one row, just to change it a little

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