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03/04/2012

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AmyS

I hope you find your last Centurion - it's an amazing feeling when you do. Your blanket is absolutely adorable and I'm not normally a fan of the palette that you had there but it all works perfectly.

chantal b

Lovely blanket. Usually, i don't like crochet... but you make me change my mind!

Maryse

It is really beautiful! This baby is going to have sweet dreams! I did not know about random stripes generator! Fun! Have a great Sunday!

Marion

Thank you for sweet comment on my blog! <3 Maybe i have to knit you one hat;)

Allison

What a great blanket. I love the colors!

cauchy09

ha ha ha. i am addicted to crocheting little granny squares. i can't seem to get my ripple blanket going. i just love love love your baby blanket. such sweet colors.

so what are you working on now?

Lesley

So pretty!!

Michelle

I totally agree with you about the washable yarn- I made a blanket out of Caron Simply Soft and I still love it, never mind that it's growing some wholes!

lilirious

the blanket is really beautiful! I didn't know there was such a thing as a random stripe generator but it's awesome! :)

Dona

Absolutely lovely blanket! The colors are so soft!
Makes me want to crochet another baby blanket (but for me)! :)

Ruth

What a fab blanket! Really pretty colours indeed! Really loving the yarns over at Sunshine yarns - just gorgeous colours. And a big thank you (once again - you are too kind) to you for yet another shoutout! :)

raina

I absolutely love those colors! So soothing and a joy to look at. You did such a great job. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.

cathy

Beautiful baby afghan, love the border. cathy

Pumpkin

That is one amazing blanket! It looks beautiful and the colors are perfect! Wonderful work as always!

Audry

A random stripe generator? That is so cool. How did you even find something like that?

lindy bonnin

That really is a beautiful blanket. You are very talented and you have a very big heart to do that for your sister.

Stefani

Love the baby ripple. Those colors are so pretty together. I love how you added the edging. It really does bring it all together.

angela

What yarn did you used? So beautiful and colors are perfect.

WS

The baby blanket is so pretty!! What a lucky baby to be wrapped up in such squishy, lovely softness. Your sister is very fortunate to have someone like you to call on for handmade goodness.

Jody

Love the blanket! The ripple is such a great way to add simple movement. And (not so surprisingly for us) I knit a blanket out of very similar colors for my nephew 5 years ago.

Monica

Gorgeous blanket. So calmly and beautiful.

Random stripe generator? Another first for me thanks to your blog. Thanks for sharing Andi! Have a great week.

Kat

Beautiful colors :) I love the border and would love to know how to do it on my ripple blanket I am making.

Stacy

Will you share, what yarn you used, and information on the border pattern if you have it? Thanks so much, the blanket is beautiful.

Hippoplatypus

Hi! I love the blanket you've made.. my sister is expecting a baby boy any day now, and I'd like to make her a blanket similar to this one- I really like the edging you've put on there, how was it made? I'm still amateur so it looks to me like 2 slst, ch 3, slst in next ch then another slst...

Hippoplatypus

Also- what size hook did you use? Thanks (:

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