February 9, 2010

WIP Wednesday - New Baby Blanket

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You guessed it - more granny squares! I told you that I was going a bit crazy with the granny squares since I learned this new method of joining them.

I never did find the completed baby blankets that I put away, so I had to start another. This one will be for a great-niece that had a baby girl a few days ago.

Here's what the square looks like before joining.

I think the flat braid join method really
adds a nice border to the whole thing.

The colors don't show up as well as I'd like, but it is a dark pink/rose color and medium gray with a white center and joined with white. I think the colors look well together, and sure hope she likes it.


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Together We Save said...

This is so cute. All 3 of my girls have blankets that my husband's aunt crocheted for them.

Theresa Wiza said...

VERY pretty! I love the color combination, and as I've said before I never would have thought to add gray to the mix. Very creative!