This divine angel is made by hooking 2 small granny squares and assembling with a few bits and pieces. I made mine in a white yarn with a silver sparkle…the pattern is by the very talented Priscilla Hewitt (search Granny square angel on her site) and is super simple to follow and in no time at all you could have your own host….
I posted earlier in the week about my big disaster in the Christmas present crochet arena… a calamity which at any other time I would have perceived as a mishap, but at this time of year, has escalated into an undue burden, helped only in that it was as a consequence of a school girl error on my part…in short I only had myself to blame!!
After long evenings of hard pressed hooking I have completed the body of the ‘her’ part of the ‘his and hers’ blanket set…and have commenced the ‘his’ blanket. To relieve the pressure, I have decided to set my goal more realistically and I aim to have both blankets finished to border stage…after all Christmas is all about love and as the intended recipients are my Mom and Dad and they love me very much…I can complete the borders if necessary on Boxing Day.
The Cosy Cottage blanket is just so beautifully girly and I have, despite my error, loved, loved, loved hooking it… I think my Mom will be so pleased with the colours too. I have followed the colour sequence that Lucy from Attic 24, used in her cottage ripple blanket, take a look if you want all the details of Lucy’s exquisite colour placement.
This is how the ‘his’ blanket, which I am naming the Eastern Bluebird Cosy blanket is looking so far…
I love how the essence of the blanket changes and grows with each colour band that is lovingly added.
Guess what I’m off to do now…. yes, this cosy journey continues.