Stitching for babies by the Betties who love them
I can't make out the pattern on yours, Carol. I think it's the angle of the light. Maybe you can show us on Monday, if the opportunity presents itself?My question is this. How many squares do we need, and how many do we have already? I won't do a second one, if it's not going to be needed. I think the first priority is to be sure there's one from everyone who wants to contribute. I have an idea for a second one (would it be bad if it were an intarsia pattern?--guess that's two questions) but I'll limit it to one if we have enough contributions.Debbie
I know it's hard to make out, but it's a rubber duckie. And if I'm not mistaken, it's done in Lion Baby-Doh! I'll bring it in a concealed bag tomorrow. I did start another and I for, am all for intarsia!
I just wasn't sure about the intarsia, since so many of the others are monochromatic.Debbie
I'm pretty much game for anything. If the group wants to do a certain something, I'm in. It's always good to dive into the unknown too, it's good for the experience;)
And Moshi makes out good!
I think intarsia would be fine. I think the more diverse, the more reflective the blanket is of us!I guess we have to figure out 1. how many people are going to make a square2. how many we need to make a decent blanket sizeI think it is ok if people want to make more than one, to be on the safe side of having enough.argh i need coffee! i'm not making any sense~!
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