Saturday, August 1, 2009

Mother Goose

Mother Goose was completed before I left on my trip, but I didn't have a photo to post.

The blanket used yarn from my stash and is knit using the Checks and Ridges stitch (a favorite of mine) on size 8 needles.

This blanket was knit for the West Coast Oddball knitting group, and the blanket will be sent to Denver, CO.



9 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing the pattern...can try it on a preemie blanket.

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  2. Another lovely blanket, my friend. Hugs...

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  3. Lovely blanket. The colors are cheerie!

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  4. Those colors look good enough to eat. I'm thinking butter mints.

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  5. Pastel colors are my favorite! This one looks like different flavors of sherbet.I have enjoyed all your posts lately. The quilts are amazing! So were the socks and the scrubbies. Hope you had a wonderful trip.I also enjoyed your family pictures. I went back and read some of your archived posts and I plan to read the rest soon!
    Blessings, Sarita

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  6. Hi Nancy... In an earlier post you commented on the surplus of energy your young great-nieces and nephews have... following your posts ... and your prolific output... I'm thinking those children must have inherited some of your energy!

    I think I've said it before... but... you do amaze me with all the things you do... in addition to the knitting, quilting, rug making, etc etc... it is always a treat to see your latest project.
    JeannieTX
    ps...I think Ms Molly must be related to you in some way?? She certainly has the energy... however... with no thumbs, I'm thinking the knitting may not come easy to her?

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  7. Oh West Coast Oddball will be delighted. Way to go!

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  8. Oh I love this blanket! Probably because I have four girls but pink baby things make me happy.

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