In the past week i have seriously become addicted to crochet, i feel like i have finally got the hang of it and this makes me jolly happy :)
As you know the amount of babies that my friends are currently 'growing' is insane. So as much as i like making baby cardigans and such, i loved the Ripple Blanket Heather had been making.
So i copied, and the lovely Lucy over at Attic 24 released this great pattern and i did it, i spent a night sitting and i managed it so hurray. So i wanted to show you how far i had got with it.
then it was kidnapped :(
and this is how it was looking yesterday.
I used turquoise, green, ice blue and cream here (the green is a bit green thou)
Im feeling pretty impressed with myself, i dont think i have made any mistakes, its maybe not terribly neat but i think it and i hope which ever baby this goes to likes it too.
So because I'm a all or nothing kinda gal i was like i can make everyone else, so i ordered a ton of yarn, i got it from here and here, its really soft and a good price.
So my lovely father in law went to robs work (where my parcels get delivered) and picked up my lovely new wool for me yippee!
So i need some opinions here
this is reserved for my lovely friends baby, who is going for the primary colours approach in her nursery, babies are not meant to be in pastel, they cant see it, they see bright colours apparently.
so do you like those 4 or..
5 with the turquoise in? i just dont know, answers on a postcard.
these are red, turquoise, grass green, orange, and petrol, (petrol is my fave)
4 colours or...
or 3? (red, turquoise, beige)
All of these babies are lovely neutral surprise babies, which is why i'm trying to not be too boy ish (which is easy without pink) and obviously none have pink because as soon as you put pink in its for a girl. Surely someone will have a girl.
so which colours do you think?
So in scrapping news, i have just received the June Sarah's cards kit which im dying to use and some fabulous blog work, so im gonna get going that. be back later with some new shop colours.
thanks for stopping by xx