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October 2012 Hospice Batch

30 January 2014

 
Yes, that says 2012. I really am more than a year behind posting these. 2013 was a hard year for me, and I’m sincerely hopeful that things will be better in 2014.

For October 2012 I sent twelve lap blankets with the batch of items for hospice.

These eight are made with my own patterns:

DoubleV200This yarn is Knitting Fever King Tut, a mercerized cotton yarn. The pattern is Double V-stitch Ripple Blanket.
eyes200This was a stash buster I made in several Aran weight scraps. The pattern is The Blanket Has Eyes.
fanspansies200This also made from Knitting Fever King Tut. The pattern is Fans and Pansies Ripple Blanket.
spider200This also made from Knitting Fever King Tut. The pattern is Spider Lace Throw.
lacyshell200This is made from a discontinued yarn from my stash, Caron SnoSpun. The pattern is No Beginning Chain Lacy Shell Afghan.
nbcqs200I made this one with two stands of DK weight yarn. The pattern is No Beginning Chain Quick Shell Afghan.
shellvstitchroundripple200This blanket is made with Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn! Dark Country Blue. The pattern is Shell and V-stitch Round Ripple Blanket.
WavySquares200This also made from Knitting Fever King Tut. The pattern is Wavy Squares Afghan.

These four are made with other patterns:

whiteshell

This one is made with two strands of Bernat Softee Baby. The pattern is #137 in the book The Complete Book of Crochet Stitch Designs.

Heathers

I had a spool of discontinued Peaches & Creme in my stash and used it to make Crochet Heathers Throw by Melissa Leapman.

staggered

This one is made with two strands of Bernat Softee Baby. The pattern is #256 in the book The Complete Book of Crochet Stitch Designs.

superquick

I used two stands of Knitting Fever King Tut to make this one. The pattern is Super Quick Throw by Marilyn Coleman.

Afghans, Charity

5 Comments to “October 2012 Hospice Batch”

  1. Gosh you’ve been very productive. All beautiful blankets and I’m sure the hospice will be very grateful. Hope 2014 brings you everything you wish for. xox

  2. there’s a crocheter at ravelry,com who is looking for the heathers throw pattern which is no longer available from Red Heart/Coats and Clark. Do you still have a copy? If so, you could let her know.

    • Thanks for letting me know. I have a pdf of the pattern. I responded on the Ravelry thread and also wrote the seeker a message on Ravelry as well.

  3. Hi, i woild dearly love to get the pattern for this lovely blanket, purple and yellow, is it possible to share it please? Thank you, Shellie

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