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Saturday, 19 May 2012

Mothers Blanket


I did some months ago say I was knitting Mother a blanket.   I found the white squares in her bungalow when I emptied it.  There was not enough to make a blanket so I made so more.
 I knitted some coloured ones,  they are a different pattern (I have knitted this pattern so many times I could do it in my sleep)  the pattern for the white squares has been lost,  I will try and see if I can get a copy of it from somewhere,  anyway in the meantime I used up some wool I had.
The border I used the same colours and white.  I know the picture is not brilliant but I laid the blanket on the floor and photo it.   Mother likes it and its on her bed.

Take care


  1. Hi Margaret, This is a real treasure, so nice to have both your Mum's and your own work combined, glad she likes it to.xxx

  2. Hello Margaret,
    I am sure your Mum will treasure this blanket that has been made between the two of you,.... very special... love the colours you have added

  3. Wonderful blanket Margaret, I like the design, I am sure your Mum will treasure it!
    Kevin xx

  4. A beautiful piece of knitting. I love the texture you have created.

    Janet xx

  5. Looks like the perfect snuggly blanket made with the skills of both your and your mother's hands.

  6. Great blanket, Margaret!
    Fox ; )

  7. Hi Margaret, I think the blanket is lovely. The knitted squares are so pretty. I have been thinking of starting a patchwork blanket with the tatted animals I made last year. Hopefully it will get done before Christmas. Have you a great time in Crete.

  8. This is a beautiful blanket Margaret. I have made several blanket and I am knitting one in red and pink at the moment.

  9. Oh this takes me back Margaret! My Mom made one for each of my children (5) when they were born and I still have them, wrapped up somewhere! She taught me to knit one but I found it too fiddly so gave up! Michelle x


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