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Saturday, December 27th, 2014 06:53 pm
I've actually made a bunch of projects this year, but quite a few were repeats of things that I'd posted about before - the same hat, gloves and cowl for instance. But I've also tried a couple of new things. A Blanket and a Poncho.

I crocheted my sister a blanket. It was a set of simple large squares that were then made into strips and then the strips were sewn together and I crocheted around the outside. I used seven colours - for the squares - purple, maroon, green, turquoise, blue and yellow and for the outside of each square and the outside of the whole blanket a creamy colour.


The blanket is folded in half in this picture

half

This is a close up to show the pattern of each square.

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My other project was an "Elsa Poncho". As with so many other little girls at the moment, my niece adores the movie Frozen and in particular Elsa. So I made a simple poncho from pale blue, edged with first a more turquoise blue and then a white which has silver threads running through it. I found a fairly simple snowflake pattern online - it wasn't ideal as it was designed for use with much thinner thread and smaller hook, but I wanted to stick with using the same wool with the silver thread in it, so it turned out HUGE! I also found an Elsa patch on Amazon which I ordered and then sewed on (it was supposed to iron on, but the patchy design meant it wouldn't stick properly - too many holes behind it! Not that sewing it on was that much easier)

View of whole Poncho

Elsa


Close up for more detail of snowflake etc.

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Overall I was pretty pleased with how they turned out. I've also made myself a blanket - when I get chance I'll take photos and load that up as well.

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