Thursday, January 5, 2012

Update from Henrietta

Hello Again yes I am still here I just forget to take pics of my finished projects and when I think about it again I have already given it away! This one is special thou I really wanted to make my own baptism blanket for bubs number 3! I asked Emma to teach my so we came up with this pattern and she should me how to do the middle! I enjoyed it very much and did it almost every evening until the middle was big enough! Now for the border I went back to Emma and we were trying to figure out how do it becasue as you know she is left handed,, while I am right handed,, so for her to teach me would of been very difficult. So the friend that she is she offered to finish it off!! And what a beautiful job she did! I absolutely loved it and just had to share with you all! If the bubs is a boy we can put some blue ribbon in the border and a girl some pink ribbon! so happy that its done and thanx again so much Emma! I can't wait until my next project just waiting for my sis in Canada to have her bubs! then I can start on something for her! I am also sewing another blanket for my sister in canada and my friend Sharelle is helping me make some receiving blankets for bubs!!! So I have been very spoiled lately! Thanx Sharelle!!!!!!!! Until next time!!!! Henrietta

The border that Emma did to finish the blanket! Sorry I am not as organized as the other ladies and don't know where we got the pattern or the border from!!! sorry

The finished product!!!! Just love it!


Emma here, just editing to add a link to the patterns for Jodi. The bulk was crocheted in V-stitch which you can find a pattern to here, then it was finished with the border from this pattern. So a bit of a mish mash of two patterns! Hope that helps.


breukelman said...

Gorgeous blanket Hen - if you can crotchet the inside, you sure could do the outside too, I know it. Lovely anyway Hen.\
\Love from mom

Hartyboys said...

Hi girls
Just thought I would let you know that I have past on the Liebster award to you.
You can read about it here

Emma said...

Aww, you're right Mr Breukelman, She is clever enough to have done the border!! But so glad I was able to share this project with you Hen! ;)

Bec said...

Gorgeous, not long now til there will be a beautiful bubby wrapped in it :-)

Jodi E said...

If you happen to remember the pattern name or where it is from, do pass it on. This looks like the perfect pattern for an upcoming project!
Yours is beautiful...