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Someday I'm gonna be the kind of person who can knit this. It is so beautiful. Wow. Inspired to learn and use up loadsa yarn so that I can have odds and ends and skills to knit something like this one day. Damn girl <3


It's looking great! My blanket just turned 7 and is only a bit past the halfway mark, but I love it so much. I say keep going until it's as big as you can stand, because it'll only get prettier and warmer as you go.


I like the randomness of closing your eyes and pulling out a skein! I am always looking for projects that will use up scraps but not look like they're using up scraps, and I think I will cast on one of these blankets next. Thanks for sharing!
I am also seriously considering doing twelve pairs of socks next year, thanks to you :)


I am so impressed with this project, not only is it getting massive but it's gorgeous at the same time! I actually started working on a beekeepers quilt around the same time you started this blanket, but I cannot show nearly as much progress as you have made.


I love your approach to your blanket - so zen! And it is truly meaningful to have so many bits and bobs from all sorts of beloved projects and knitterly friends around the globe. So amazing.


Thank you for going into more detail about your lovely blanket. It must be so much fun to use yarns from friends and fellow knitters. I like your random method of choosing what yarn to knit next, too. Frankly, that's the part that is always a little intimidating for my control freak self :) 600 squares sounds like a good round figure. I just started a scrappy crochet blanket to use up my stash of leftovers and am really enjoying it so far.

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