Clever Crochet

I learned to crochet for the first time when I was about 8.
Then I forgot how to do it for a very long time.
A couple of weeks ago, I went to my friend Jill's house, to learn how to  crochet for the second time.
 It was fab!
Thanks Jill. 

It has been my dream for a while now to crochet a granny blanket in bright colours.
And I've finally got started... 








1.  Choose a fine selection of yarns that colour match your favourite sweets.  Here, I've gone for a blend of Jelly Tots tones.


(Here's hoping I don't feel nauseous by the time I've finished the blanket.  I've been known to be a tad on the nauseous side of things when I've worked my way through a tube of Jelly Tots, the cheeky bleeders...  Sometimes it's hard to know when to stop.)








2.  Run amok, mixing and matching colours as you go.








3.  Sit back and marvel that your blanket is going to be good enough to eat.










I hope you're having a great day.  

15 comments

  1. Its so very lovely!! I have never learnt, keep saying I'm going to....it's on the list. Your Granny blanket will be worthy of any one, not just Granny's! xx
    Sophie...... mmmm maybe it's time to learn.........

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  2. This is something I really need to learn to do, seen so many fabulous granny blankets on peoples blogs. Scarlett x

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  3. Good for you - it looks great - can't wait to see it finished. Sue x

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  4. I've been sorting crafty books onto my new shelves today (still feeling chuffed at having put them up myself!) and the only one I spent time looking at properly was a learn to crochet one, because I would love to learn. So well done you - it's going to be great!
    x

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  5. It looks lovely Em. Thank you so much for the lovely earrings! I'm sorry for not thanking you before but I've had no Internet and can only email on my phone if I have your email address saved! I will email you when I'm back on. Thanks again, my lovely friend. Lynda xxx

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  6. Beautifully colourful, just what we need now spring is here. Can't wait to see it finished. I've not crocheted for a while and have just found a nice rose pattern to do as it's not too time consuming. Lolo xx

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  7. Love it! There is something so satisfying about choosing and matching up colours to make a blanket! It's looking lovely! Havn't had jelly tots for years!

    Have a lovely day!!!!

    xxxxxxxxxx

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  8. Not something I've ever done, but seeing all those little crocheted squares takes me right back to childhood with my Mum making them :)

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  9. You are doing such a good job.
    Thank you so much for following me. I am following you back,
    Isn´t it great to discover new people that inspire us???.Yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  10. Thanks for popping over and commenting. It's lovely to meet you. I'm so in awe of your crocheting ability, I've tried and failed far too often.
    Looking forward to getting to know you better when I get back from India. xxx

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  11. Aah see that's what I want mine to look like! Your squares are looking great. Once I've beaten this flu I am off to buy some yarn. How long do you suppose to make a whole blanket?

    Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my blog, following you back!

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  12. Oh, I would love to learn one day how to crochet

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  13. yummety yum...these crochet squares are truly good enough to eat :) Hey I'd defo buy some knitted pj's, and a sheepskin pillow sounds DIVINE.....how's it you come up with the genius ideas AFTER winter??!! :)x

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  14. such pretty colors! perfect for spring! =)

    http://pinkchampagnefashion.blogspot.com/

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  15. Oh my goodness this blanket of yours is going to be lovely...love the jelly tot colours. xoxoxo Have a great week.

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