Hooray! I can finally show you the blanket I made for Tine; she received it the other day. And she likes it! Yay! I’m so happy about that!
Right, ok, so the blanket is basically a giant granny squares like I’ve made a few of before. But because the blanket is only one colour, I decided to do a few rows a bit differently, just to add a bit of subtle contrast.
And I think that worked really well. It gives it a more… modern look. It’s funny, I don’t think I would have chosen to just use a single colour (let alone cream, which is so un-colourful), but it works! I really, really love it. Which is a wonderful thing, because it has taught me that not everything has to be bold colours. ;-)
And I didn’t get bored working on it at all. In fact, it may have worked up even quicker than normal because there were no colour changes; when one skein was finished I’d just grab the next one and continue.
Danke, Tine. Thank you for asking me to make a blanket for your wee one. I’m so happy you like it, my friend. :-)