Sunday, August 19, 2007

Baby Round Ripple....finished!

Finished! Just about a week to complete.


Details:

Pattern: Lyn's Round Ripple Baby Afghan
Yarn: Bernat Baby Coordinates in Pink, Yellow, Green, Blue & Purple Pastels
Hook: N Hook (9.0mm)
Time Spent Crocheting: 1 week
Size: 52 inches
Made For: My friend Megan's Baby
Pattern Modifications: Used 2 strands of yarn held together, larger hook

Overall, I really liked this pattern. It worked up very quickly and turned out really cute. I would make it slightly smaller next time, but otherwise no changes!

I still need to finish a few more WIPs and then I have a few project queued up in the wings waiting to be started including 2 different bags and a whole wardrobe of clothes for Dora.

13 comments:

Jenny Moore said...

Congrats! It looks great!

Deneen said...

It's very pretty-gorgeous colors.

Tiffany said...

Very cute! I love the colors you chose.

Pearlin said...

Ooooooo its beautiful!!!Love the colours too.

Mimi said...

So lovely! What a special gift...I love how you mixed the colors.

Kimberly said...

Thank you everyone! I really love how this turned out - and very soft and cuddly too!

Linda said...

Very pretty! I love how you blended the colors.

Pyo said...

It does look very beautiful! I think I'll try this one once...

Bergère de France has many nice patterns, I wish they had more crochet though ;o)

MOM said...

Hey honey,
This looks great-you did a beautiful job and you actually finished it in a timely manor. tehe Little Miss Megan wants one also but what else is new, she wants anything that her Aunt Kim makes. One request from MOM is that you NOT start anything new until all the half finished projects are completed.
Love ya,
Mom

Sam said...

I absolutely LOVE the way you blended the colors together! Great job!

Anita said...

WOW! You do beautiful work! I'm sure your friend, and her baby will LOVE this!

kathy said...

LOVE THE BLANKET AND THE COLORS. I'VE JUST COPIED THE PATTERN. NEED TO FINISH A FEW THINGS BEFORE I START ON IT.

Vera H. said...

How beuatiful. I've wanted to make one of those for a long time.