Friday, 2 August 2013

Ta Dah.....































Details to come.....including the pesky border, but it turned out ok in the end!

15 comments:

  1. I love this border, can't wait for details xx

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  2. What a smart idea for the border with hexagons! Love it :)

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  3. So pretty colors ! Love it. Which yarn is it?

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  4. Hi there Karen from MixTure43 here, beautiful, gorgeous border. I just bought a crochet borders book and it has loads of interesting and somewhat tricky borders - look like some are yarn guzzlers too but worth a try!! Lovely. xx

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  5. This is the most lovey paperweight blanket. I do hope you will share your pattern with us. Elizabeth/Bluebird Stitches

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    1. Hi Elizabeth, the hexie blanket is just the regular hexie pattern that is doing the traps, the rest of the details for the border are on this blog. If you look at the Tutorial section on this blog titled "This is how we do it" the border instructions you'll find there. Thanks for your kind comments, Vx

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  6. Beautiful! Love the red stitches before the border.

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  7. I love this color palette! Would you mind sharing what wool & colors you used?

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    1. Hi Amy, the wool is Baby Cashmerino, the colours are a mixed bag of deleted and current colours. Unfortunately I didn't keep the labels, but here is the link to the blanket on Ravelry, and that may help with the colours. Cheers, Vx
      http://www.ravelry.com/projects/victoriaoc/hexagon-how-to-2

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  8. Hola, me encanta tu colcha llena de colores, es preciosa, me permites hacerla?, yo tambien he hecho una, espero que te pases por mi blog, un saludo

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    1. Muchas gracias por decir. Es usted muy amable, Vx

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  9. This is really beautiful. You will have to let me know if you would do a commission ;)

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    1. Hi Haley, unfortunately I just don't have the time at the moment. If you are looking for someone to do a crochet commission feel free to contact me and I may be able to put you in contact with someone. victoria.oc@optusnet.com.au. Vx

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  10. Hola de nuevo, ya terminé mi nueva colcha y me ha sido muy útil tu tutorial, el borde lo he hecho como tu explicas tan bien y me ha encantado, he puesto tu enlace y espero que la veas. Muchas gracias. Un saludo.

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