June 2012 Hospice Batch
As usual, I am really behind posting this. For June 2012 I sent two baby blankets and eleven lap blankets with the batch of items for hospice.
These two preemie blankets are made with donated Knitting Fever King Tut cotton yarn. They are my own patterns – King Charles Brocade and Little Checks.
These three lap blankets are from my own patterns. The first is made with Caron Simply Soft, Sunshine color. The pattern is Soft Clusters Ripple Afghan. The second is made with Bernat Soft Bouclé and the pattern is Lacy Check Ripple Afghan. The third is made with King Tut Knitting Fever and the pattern is Shell and Post Stitch Ripple Afghan.
These three are made from some yarn my aunt and uncle bought at a yard sale. There was no label, so I don’t know what it is. It felt like it was mostly acrylic. It had an ecru base with a variegated thread wrapped around it. The first is Lyn’s Round Ripple, the second is Delectable Shell Afghan, and the third is Climbing Shells.
These three are made with Jo-Ann Sensations Rainbow Bouclé. The two blue ones are my No Beginning Chain Crazy Block Afghan. The green one is based on the Asymmetrical Shell stitch pattern from Donna Kooler’s Encyclopedia of Crochet.
These are both made from King Tut Knitting Fever cotton yarn. The first is my Little Shell Ripple Afghan. The second is Speed Hook Shell Afghan.
A great collection of handiwork. They will be appreciated by the patients and families. Thanks for the pattern links.
How kind of you to give so much of yourself.
These are so beautiful! I cannot wait to get working on your patterns instead of the basic granny’s and ripples’s that I have been doing. God bless you for sharing your talent with others!
Thanks for your patterns. Beautiful work.