Monday, March 18, 2013

Ribbon Candy

Ribbon Candy
Western Region Oddball Baby Blanket
started November 2012

I knit the last section on Ribbon Candy. I used some scrap balls of pink, red, lime green, and white for my garter stitch section.

Knit on size 8 needles and 126 stitches. Now, it's off to get a border.

Update: April 1, 2013



11 comments:

  1. So pretty! It really does look like ribbon candy.

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  2. A classic example of how many ideas come together to make something unique and beautiful. You couldn't plan it if you tried.

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  3. This won't surprise you... it's my new favorite! So pretty and perfectly named/executed!

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  4. this one does look just like ribbon candy!

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  5. Your section looks like a yummy piece of ribbon candy I've eaten at Christmas! The title is so clever...makes for a fun challenge.

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  6. another lovely little gem. Do you ever do the finishing or does the same person always finish? g

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  7. OH I love RIBBON CANDY for the name of this one . Perfect . So adorable too

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  8. That is one lucky little one to get that darling blanket! Love your knitting!

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  9. Oh I love this one, it is so cheerful

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  10. This is a pretty little blanket! Looks like candy colors:)

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  11. The first set of stripes remind me of that watermelon jelly candy that my mother so dearly loved.

    Good job on the finish.

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