on the needles

Monday, November 17, 2008

One Finished Blanket

I've got some photos of a baby blanket I finished crocheting a few months ago and never got round to posting...mainly because Hubby took half of the photos of the wrong side of the blanket. Ooops!

Oh well...here it is anyway.

Edging, right side.

Granny Square Detail

The border, wrong side.

Square Target Patch Blanket with Granny Square Border

The border, right side.

Square Target Patch Blanket with Granny Square Border

All folded up, wrong side.

Square Target Patch Blanket with Granny Square Border

The only shot I have of the whole thing. Unfortunately it shows the wrong side. :(

Square Target Patch Blanket with Granny Square Border

Oh well. At least I've illustrated that crochet does indeed have a wrong and a right side. Crochet's wrong side is a little less "wrong" than knitting's wrong side. But still, wrong is wrong. Right? :)

I've packed this up and sent it off to little Alison Nicol that I introduced on the blog a few days ago. It's just the right size to make a snuggly blankie for a two year old. I hope she likes it.

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5 Comments:

Blogger Karen said...

Very pretty blanket....both sides!

9:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Of course she will - it's lovely.

Jo-Anne

10:33 AM  
Anonymous Pat said...

I guess I'm a case study in how right the wrong side can be! Clearly, to the untrained eye, both sides look great. :)

10:49 AM  
Blogger Chris said...

Lovely!

11:09 AM  
Anonymous Carrie K said...

Good thing the right side and the wrong side both look so good!

4:38 PM  

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