Use the link in the ravelry page to get to the pattern. You have to create an account to download the pattern. A little annoying but this one is worth it.
Hook used: H
Colors Used: I love this yarn's Grey Beard, Ivory and Peacock.
Ok lets talk about how great this square is. I really like how interesting the pattern is and it's very easy to work up. However, I had to block all the little pinwheel pieces which could get really annoying if you made a whole blanket out of them and then needed to wash it one day.
Colors Used: I love this yarn's Grey Beard, Sungold and Hot Rose
My computer was commandeered by a 6-year-old watcing Inspector Gadget most of the evening so you all get this one a little late. I really love this square and it has a really interesting design element of slanted stitches that give it a little bit of "what's going on here?" when you look at it. I always like a square I can't figure out just by looking at it.
I really need to figure out what colors I'm going to use for the Square a Day in May. I'm really excited about working along with some other people even if I won't use all of the squares for my finished blankets. Most of the squares for May are 12 inch squares which means they will take up quite a bit more time to make every day. Not sure how I feel about that yet, but we'll see. I encourage you to join in. A lot of people have already started making the squares. There's also a ravlery group you can join too.
Colors Used: I love this yarn's Grey Beard, Peacock, Ivory, and Sungold
I'm pretty sure I messed this one up around row 4... Oh well. The middle is supposed to be a circle. It still looks ok. I was chasing daylight. My husband and I decided to start doing yoga so we did that as soon as we got home from work instead of me immediately starting my square.
Get more information about yarn amounts etc. on my Ravelry Page. I'll update this tonight.
I really wanted to jump around yelling it's finished, it's finished!!!! I fnished the blanket on Saturday, weaved in the ends, took photos, and called my mom to come pick it up since she was in town. I've never been so happy to give something I made to someone. She was very excited about it too :). She said she was going to have to go buy all new bedding for their guest bed so it matched... so cute.
Pattern:Wash Cloth #3 from Leisure Arts Wash and Wipe by Cynthia Lane, Leaflet 2546, 1994
Hook used: H
Colors Used: I love this yarn's Grey Beard, and Peacock.
The name of this one is really unfortunate until you see that it's actually a wash cloth pattern. A really pretty wash cloth pattern. I seriously just realized I mis counted on this one and there's an extra petal which made the whole thing wonky... oops. This goes to prove that everyone makes mistakes. I guess I'll be re-doing this one this weekend.