Thursday, December 27, 2012

Winter Storm

Winter Storm
Western Region Oddball Baby Blanket
started December 2012

Red Heart Sparking (White)
Size 9 needles
Box Stitch

My white section must have prompted the 3 - 4 inches of snow that fell on Christmas Eve. The snow was too light and fluffy to contain much moisture, but it was welcome just the same.

Update: March 15, 2013


11 comments:

  1. Another fun theme! I love a really dry, powdery snow. We don't get them very often at all here.

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  2. Now you are speaking my colors --- I love neutrals! Very pretty blanket so far.

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  3. I've heard of rain dances, but this is the first time I've heard of snow knitting!

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  4. I love those two textures together. Really nice!

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  5. I hope the next knitters choose colors as great as these two. It looks like it is going to be oh so pretty.
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  6. YOur section looks like little hearts to me. We loved our little snow on Christmas too!!! it was Picture perfect. I could use some more. Santa brought some trekking poles to use with my snowshoes this winter!

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  7. Oh I adore Christmas snow! We haven't had any yet this year. I'm hoping soon. Happy Holidays! g

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  8. I think I'm really going to like this color palette. Can't wait to see how it turns out.

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  9. Yes, I think your pattern looks like little hearts too. I really like how this blanket has started, and I hope others add interesting patterns too.

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  10. Such a lovely start. Those colors are perfect together.

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