Wednesday, April 07, 2010

In Pieces

Yes, the weaving continues. And yes, I will some day knit again. Just after I finish this baby blanket.42 squares completed and now the fun part begins. Seaming them all together. I will also be crocheting an edging onto the blanket to finish it off.

These are the potholders that I got in return for the 5 that I sent to the Potholder Swap. They arrived this morning and I couldn't wait to open them. They are all so pretty. Maryse, one of the coordinators, also sent us postcards of photos that she took of her potholders. Thanks, Maryse!

13 comments:

knithound brooklyn said...

I really love what you are doing with the woven blanket. The potholders are super - nice haul!

Windsor Grace said...

The blanket looks awesome! I really want to make something on a loom!

kim said...

The blanket is coming along amazingly! Great work...really really want a loom now. And the potholders are so fun, I love the purplish, brown hexagon.

littlebirdbigcity said...

Those potholders are so gorgeous! I love!
I can't wait to see the finished blanket. Lookin good so far!

Jeanne said...

The baby blanket is wonderful - now I really want a loom too!

Erin Joy and Sarah Jane said...

Great collection - hopefully the little one will inherit them someday! And the blanket looks amazing, too - gorgeous colors.

Rima said...

Unbelievable that things can work up so nicely on such a small loom. Very nicely done! And congratulations on getting such a nice bunch of potholders! You know my favorite one!

Vicki Knitorious said...

Oh, I LOVE the blanket!!

Rebekah said...

That blanket is so pretty! How will you be joining the squares?

hetty said...

I love your little woven squares! That blanket is going to be fantastic! Nice potholders too.b

Hannah said...

Large projects like these are so impressive... I sure wish I could get motivated and follow through with something so involved.

caitlyn said...

You are fast with the weaving! Good luck with seaming the squares. The blanket is going to be beautiful!

craftivore said...

I am totally in awe of your weaving project. I love the squares where you've mixed the two colors, they add a nice complement to whole blankie.