Lovely, and shared to my fb page, Sanderellas.
Thanks, Atty! I love how you join your projects 'on the go'!!!Groetjes,Ingrid xxhttp://myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be
It saves so much time! :-)
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Thanks for sharing the pattern with us. I will make that soon
so loveley, thanks for sharing! love the colors!
I love this yarn, what is it?
StonewashedXL from Scheepjes
How many dots wide and long will you end up with?
That depends of what you are going to make with it.
Simple but effective, and cute! Am I correct in assuming that, while joining on the go I have to release my hook from the loop of the new "dot", stick the hook through the double loops of the existing dot, catch the loop and pull it through, every stitch of the adjoining sides? I think I get it, but just to be sure... Plan to make a temperature blanket with this pattern starting January first, want to be sure that I'm joining them correctly and neatly. Thanx in advance!
Are you making this from the pictures or did you find a pattern?
Yes Katrijn you got it right!
Thank you for your speedy response!! Will go on practising Until I know the temperature of January 1st and I can start my blanket for real. Is there also a way to make half dots, for the sides? Or do I just have to fill the gaps with hdc, dc or tr?
Aand Ffields: I'm working from the pictures. A bit fiddly to figure out, especially with the joining. Good luck!
Help! I am not a novice crocheter just yet. I am left handed and have taught myself via you tube from videos. I have made the circles and I am having trouble joining them correctly. Is there a video or written pattern for this blanket? I am in love with it and want to move forward.
is there a written pattern for this? I find it a bit confusing.Thanks, Carol
No this is all there is.
I also want to make a temperature blanket using this pattern. Do you have a written pattern? The pictures are a little confusing to me. Thanks!
no this is all there is.
Just found this. Super cute! How did you choose your colors? I'm not great at colors and making sure it's balanced might make me crazy. LOL Any tips?
Thanks very much, Atty, I love your little dots! I've used them to make a waistcoat, believe it or not. I wrote about it on my blog, with links to your pattern. The final picture is at http://janemactats.blogspot.co.za/2017/04/waistcoat-of-many-colours.html I hope you'll have a look.