Thursday, October 25, 2012

Little Frog Prince

Little Frog Prince
Western Region Oddball Baby Blanket
started October 2012
My section on this Oddball blanket was knit in Double Moss/Box Stitch, using Caron Simply Soft (pistachio).

Pet Snuggle
Fremont Country Fiber Guild Project
started October 2012
Several asked questions about the Pet Snuggles that were mentioned in an earlier post. I started one (72 stitches) on size 10.5 needles and two strands of worsted weight yarns. It makes a nice heavy blanket for a pet that needs some comfort. The snuggle will be completed with five  sections (five inches each).

Update: December 27, 2012



12 comments:

  1. Both projects are off to a good start!

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  2. Love those greens and how nice to think of the pets.

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  3. Cute name and so fitting ...Little Frog Prince... That Snuggles project is interested. My niece just adopted a dog from the US...amazing...a dog coming thousands of miles to Canada...I guess they found the right one...and it worked out less money than buying one here...and the one in the US needed a home:)..

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  4. Love the Frog Prince!

    I haven't done a doggy snuggle since the fur-girls loved the crocheted one I made them to pieces in no time. Read: they're scratchers. They claw and paw and dig and "nest", and they destroyed it in probably less time than it took me to make it, and I crochet pretty quickly!

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  5. Little Frog Prince...love that title. And it looks great!

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  6. Love the colors of the new blanket, and the stitches are beautiful! You are so sweet to knit pet snuggles. The thought of some sweet little fur-baby snuggling down into their very own blankie warms my heart!!

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  7. Little frog prince is a darling NAME!! I LOVE IT and the colors.

    Pet blankets are a TRUE comfort to cats..thank you!

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  8. I guess I'm not alone in my praise of the "Little Frog Prince" name.

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  9. I was wondering if you were going to make more snuggles, how sweet you are!

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  10. I love this concept of knitting. Its a good way to learn new stitches I would think too! I want to start making Snuggle Blankets for our local Animal Shelters so I may use this technique.

    Great Work

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  11. Both are very nice! Like the colors of Frog Prince.

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  12. Love the little frog prince. Is he called Kermit?

    Linda

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