Tuesday, 17 January 2012

My First mile a minute crochet throw WIP

Mile a minute throw in progress......oh how I love this!


I bought quite a few crochet throws and other crafty items back with me from our USA visit last year.
The first picture is the one I bought there....beautifuly made and a funky colour selection.....this is what attracted me to it.The following pics are what I am working on.
I found a pattern amoungst the hunderds that I have to make one.....so simple....I do simple in crochet as I get too bored if it's complicated then of course I end up never completing the project.
I have bought just a couple of new balls of wool but I am intending using what stash I have in my home to do this. Then I am going to have a go at a granny square blanket, I've lots of different patterns that I could use for that too....just need to find the one that fits with how I like to crochet! Also very tempted to do Sarah Londons crochet wool eating blanket. Might have a little practice on this one too!
The USA Mile a minute blanket
Little box from B n M and the colours inspired me  for my first Mile a minute blanket
Mile a minute WIP
Happy hooking to you all! xx

3 comments:

  1. I like the colours you've chosen for your 'mile a minute'.

    So, looking at the pictures, do you make up separate strips, then crochet the strips together?

    cheers
    Fi

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  2. Hi Fi
    Yes another border goes around each strip, then another border then whip stitch em all up! However......I've put this little project to one side as I have yet anohter pattern up my sleeve! Hexagons....how many types are there to do! Also seen two other things I want to do ....I need to get a grip!

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  3. I just wanted to say hi and thank you for stopping by my blog! Looking forward to having a good read of your posts :)

    Jo x

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