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Orla Kiely granny square blanket

After making a silly mistake I had to frog about 12 rows, but I'm back on track now and loving the new colours combination I've picked up. Its so lovely and very autumnal, I think I'll make this for my brother and sister in law to keep them warm this winter. But must make another for myself!

Its all Stylecraft Special DK using a standard granny square, two rows of each colour but I might change this as it grows.

Friday night catch up with my blanket

Sunday morning quick crochet fix

Comments

Susanne Tyree said…
I agree on the color choices Amanda. I'm sure your family members will be so happy to receive such a pretty blanket.
mamasmercantile said…
Love the colour combination. Such a lovely gift filled with love.
Dazie said…
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Dazie said…
Love this! I'm a big fan of orla Kiely this colour combo is gorgeous!

(Second attempt at posting lol)

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