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  • Ravelry Casilla

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    So I made it to write down already one of the patterns … it’s CASILLA, the throw or blanket or bag or shawl or poncho … whatever you want to make with these granny’s surrounded with our without the border I designed.

    The pattern available on Ravelry explains how to construct the granny and how to add this border. You can eventually change the size, the shape … and also use other yarns to make one … everything is possible  and
    explained in my pattern (clic here).

     

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    Voici donc enfin un des patrons promis : CASILLA

    Vous pourrez en faire un poncho, une couverture, une étole, un sac … tant d’options avec les granny’s !.

    Le patron que j'ai publié sur Ravelry explique comment faire le carré et comment faire la bordure que j’ai rajoutée tout autour. Rien ne vous empêche de ne faire que l’un ou l’autre. Vous pouvez tout aussi bien utiliser une autre laine, d’autres coloris … le tout est expliqué ici ...

     

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  • nadine's work

    Look at the pic I’ve got from Nadine’s latest blanket.

    nadines zigzag.jpg

    You often see zigzag patterns where the colors form distinct rows. Obvious, because every row or two rows you change yarn and color and mostly they are hooked with dc (fr=brides) one after one.

    Not often the dc’s are grouped in little blocks like we do with grannies. Nadine did it this way and I find it rather intriguing and more “psychedelic”. It’s almost like a pointillist painter!

    nad1.jpg

    Look at the detail pic to see the pattern.

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    Congratulations to Nadine J

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