Thursday, June 27, 2013

Oddball Update

The Western Region Oddball Knitters have been busy. Below are the blankets that have been finished since March on which I had the honor to knit a section.


Old MacDonald's Farm
started February 2013
Jelly Beans
started January 2013
Four-leaf Clover
started February 2013
Apple of My Eye
started December 2012
Wee Willie Wonka
started December 2012
Sugar and Spice
started January 2013
Cherry Blossoms
started January 2013
Ribbon Candy
started November 2012
Indian Summer
started  November 2012

14 comments:

  1. You girls have been busy! They are all so sweet. I was trying to decide if one appealed to me as a favorite, and I think it would be "Apple of My Eye." The borders on them give them such a nice finish. Good work, girls!

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  2. I think Old McDonald may be my favorite.

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  3. How wonderful to get to see them finished...some I really like others not so much but they are indeed colorful and happy.

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  4. Awesome! I'll bet your group is really popular with wherever you donate them! I like them all, too.

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  5. Such fabulous blankets. Each little one is very lucky to have you all in their lives.

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  6. Those are so pretty and have such clever names! Did you crochet the edging?

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  7. You had me at Old McDonald's Farm, but all of the blankets are wonderful. Go Western Region Oddball Knitters!!

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  8. You have been busy ladies!!! I have to take a closer look at the finishing edges I need one for my next baby blanket.

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  9. I love how they always turn out so differently, that is one of the best things about the nature of that kind of group project.

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  10. What a great bunch of blankets. They all have such different personalities. Do the names come before the knitting? Or perhaps the name describes what is knit? How many knitters are in this group? Nice work.

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  11. Oh, I don't think I can begin to choose a favorite! What wonderful blankets.

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  12. All the blankets are gorgeous! You have a fantastic (and productive!) knitting group!! The people who receive these blankets are very lucky! :)

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