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Friday, June 28, 2013

Flowers in a Row ~ Done!!!

It's finished!!!
I did it, I actually finished something that I started and I can't believe
it took me only 4 weeks from start to finish. I love how it turned out!

I just love the three shades of pink with the soft green and ivory background.

It's an easy pattern to crochet and you can find it for free HERE.

So many of you have written and asked what colors and type of yarn I used.

Here it is:
Bernat Super Value Natural (cream)
Vanna White Sweet Pea (green)
Vanna White Raspberry (dark pink)
Vanna White Pink Poodle (medium pink)
Deborah Norville Baby Pink (light pink)

I just had to post it one more time for Pink Saturday!

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LV said...

I love all crochet work and have so many pieces. However,I never learned to do it. You are doing a very nice job on yours.

NanaDiana said...

Faye- I said it before when you were working on it and I will say it again-I think that is one of the prettiest afghans I have ever seen. I just love the soft colors- xo Diana

Mary said...

Very nice, I agree, love the colors and it's such a pretty pattern.
A Big Mini Hug

GinaBVictorian said...

Hi Faye,
Congrats on your finished project, it is absolutely beautiful!

Lady Jane said...

This is truly beautiful!!!


Hi Faye,
I just LOVE your afghan! My favorite colors!
Feels great to complete projects.
I forgot that you have a trailer! I'm jealous! LOL!
I hope you are enjoying this weekend! I'm trying to! The yard needs weeding, badly!


I absolutely LOVE your crochet blanket and I absolutely LOVE that Pattern. Very very pretty indeed. Hugs Judy

Donna said...

It's lovely!It feels so good to finish something doesn't it!

Debbie said...

You should be proud of yourself, Faye! it's just beautiful!

Melissa said...

You should feel so wonderful, that is quite the accomplishment! It's beautiful. I love the flower pattern.

Kara Mosson said...

I love this blanket, what brand of yarn did you use for the pinks and do you know what the colours/shades were called?