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You know how a couple blog posts ago I showed you some granny squares I had been working on? I kind of left you hanging, so I'm sure you would like to see what became of them. I decided to crochet up some circles in different colors after being inspired by wildflowers as we drove through the state of West Virginia on a trip.
These are made with the same type of yarn that I had used for the granny squares. I then randomly laid them out together and adjusted the colors to be spread out to see how many more I would need.
After I had enough to make a baby sized blanket, I started the crochet-as-you-go method. Let me tell you....I was SO glad this blanket was of a small size!
|Joining it all together.|
Do you see how this process could take awhile? The finished product is just so lovely, though.
Here is the back with all the ends that need to be sewn in to make sure the entire project does not unravel! Ta da!