12 March 2015

WIP: Flower Blanket

(Crochet)

It is time to pick up a WIP (work in progress): a baby blanket made with the African Flower Motif…
Ya es tiempo de retomar este proyecto en ganchillo que he dejado a medio terminar: una manta para bebé, utilizando la aplicación de la flor africana… 






I can´t believe I had no finished it yet because it is almost done… It is going to be a baby blanket for a stroller, so it will be on the small side.  I just need to add one more row and make the border. So I hope to share the final product soon…

No puedo creer que no la haya terminado aún, ya que es poco lo que me falta—sólo una hilera más, y luego el borde final.  Va a ser una manta para un carruaje de bebé, así que no será muy grande.  Espero mostrarles el producto final muy pronto…

27 comments:

  1. E' troppo bella!!! Un saluto

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  2. Truly beautiful, a real delight. I love the stunning mix of colours.

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  3. Oh it's look beautiful.
    Great job.
    Grtz,
    Chris

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  4. Colorful and beautiful!

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  5. Es una mantita preciosa!!!
    Va a quedar genial.
    Bss.

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  6. Absolutely beautiful.

    Lisa

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  7. Preciosa, va a quedar genial! Un abrazo.

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  8. Preciosa, va a quedar genial! Un abrazo.

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  9. This is becoming a gorgeous blanket.

    Have a nice day, Margaret

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  10. I absolutely love this, it's wonderful!

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  11. It is gorgeous. Good luck with the finish.
    Meredith

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  12. Muy bonito trabajo! Felicitaciones.

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  13. Such a pretty blanket. You're almost there. Hang in there!
    xx Beca

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  14. Thanks for sharing your crochet talent! I have never made this pattern. I look forward to seeing the border. Thanks again:)

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  15. La flor africana es uno de mis motivos favoritos y es muy hermosa la combinación de colores que has elegido para esta manta. Sinceramente, estoy deseando ver como quedará terminada. Un beso enorme :-)

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  16. Wow, gorgeous Ana! I just realized your trip is coming up soon, if you have any questions please write! thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

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  17. What a beautiful project again, you are so talented! This blanket is going to be gorgeous.
    I would never have the patience to make a blanket like this, so many ends to ravel...

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  18. In one word: Fantastic!! ♥ This remembers me of my first granny blanket. It was laying around for 2 years or so, and when I put it up again I found out that there were only 1-2 rows to go :o). Happy crocheting, can't wait to see your finished blanket!
    Nata xxx

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  19. This blanket is beautiful! I love the african flower. Such a gorgeous little piece.
    Would love if you shared this at our Yarn Fanatic Linky Party - http://eyeloveknots.blogspot.com/2015/03/yarn-fanatic-linky-party-28.html.
    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com

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  20. It is great to see the blanket finished, what a wonderful use of color.
    Amalia
    xo

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  21. Looking gorgeous........ lovely colours too

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  22. Just beautiful. Love it. What a neat way to put the Hexagons together.

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  23. Wow! So pretty! I need to give African flowers and Hexagons a try!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ The Submarine Sunday Link Party

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  24. What a lovely WIP! I can't wait to see the finished cover! I am a sucker for floral grannies. ;-) Thank you for linking up the Yarn Fanatic Party. You are one of my features this week! http://philwife.blogspot.com/2015/03/yarn-fanatic-party-29.html

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  25. I adore African Flowers, gorgeous! I seen it on Eye <3 Knots link up. I have a few posted it you would like to visit my blog to see them. I would appreciate it. One can never have to many crochet blogs to follow. Thanks for sharing!
    ~Crystal
    Crochet, A Day In The Life
    http://krystlewv.blogspot.com

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  26. I am so glad you shared this with us at the Yarn Fanatic Linky Party! I have recently came to love the join as you go method, and will have to give an afghan like this a shot.
    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com
    #29: http://eyeloveknots.blogspot.com/2015/03/yarn-fanatic-linky-party-29.html

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