As the song says, "Life can be so sweet on the sunny side of the street" - so I always try to walk on the sunny side!
Your afghan is so pretty! How do you know on unlabeled yarns which can be used together? I just am never sure. Thank you, Angela
Wow! You're fast! I like thinking about the soothing that will come when kids have a blanket to call their own. They'll feel the prayers that are hooked within the pretty colors.
Hello Amgela - it's very hit and miss - I just go by touch and how thick the wool is. However I have to say I have mixed double and chunkier wools on these blankets as tension won't be an issue as they are not garments that need to have a good fit. If I have used a thicker yarn I only do a round or two and "balance " it with several rounds of the double knit yarn. They are all acrylic mixes - which the charity asks for so they can be washed easily. I think this is probabaly as important - mixing wool and acrylic may mean some rounds could shrink whilst others didn't.Hope that helps.L.x.
I have taken the plunge and started crocheting again. Remembered quite a bit. So hoping to also make bloankets for Linus or whoever wont put my efforts in the bin!
probably blankets better than bloankets.
Thank you! Angela
I love them all!
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Hope you are well Lynn, the crochet is lovely, blue is such a restful colour.