Hedgerow Blanket 2


I am joining in with Attic24’s Moorland Crochet Along. Week 6 has been published, but I have just started Week 5. It is not a race but I am itching to get the series of blues that represent the sky and finish the blanket – just 8 more rows to go til I get to ‘Duck Egg’ blue.

Lucy’s colour choices are based on the Yorkshire Moors, mine a Dorset Summer Hedgerow.

You can see my list of colours in order in this post: Hedgerow Blanket.

Whilst crocheting I am watching BBC4’s archive arts programmes. Today, this one with a young Germaine Greer interviewing Paule Vézelay in 1984.

Linking with Ginny’s Yarn Along.


17 responses to “Hedgerow Blanket 2

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  2. It’s lovely….particularly love the colours….x

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  3. Are there ducks that lay blue eggs? If so, I got to get me some of them. 😀

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  4. Can’t wait to see the finsished resuilt, Daffy!

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  5. It’s looking good! Enjoy your day with the birthday boy 🙂

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  6. The color combination you’re working on is so beautiful. I hope you catch up to the blues soon. I’d love to see the finished blanket. 😀 xx

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  7. Someone in my Friday craft group has made the blanket in Lucy’s colours. Didn’t realise the top was going to be blue for sky. Be interesting to imagine looking at a hedgerow when yours is finished.

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  8. Me too, the colours are gorgeous.

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  9. I love the colors you chose. They really compliment each other well. I can’t wait to see it when it’s done. 🙂

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