Sunday, March 12, 2017

Moroccan Tiles


I finally finished my Moroccan Tile Blanket this past week!   



Made (almost) completely from stash yarn, this was a gratifying blanket to complete.  It's a real yarn hog, though, so it's pretty heavy.  Perfect for wrapping up in on a cold winter's night, for sure. The video tutorial (at the link above) was what I followed to make this blanket.  I don't even think I looked at the written pattern.  


I found the video tutorial pretty straight forward so I don't know that there's much to say about this blanket except that I love the colors and I'm just so happy I've finished it!   :^)



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9 comments:

  1. It is fantastic. What a cool stitch!

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  2. What an extraordinary finish to your blanket. It's an art piece.

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  3. Becki it's gorgeous!!! I found the same to be true of the C2C blanket...the video was much easier than the written pattern. I may have to put that one on my blanket list! I can't believe you finished it already...is it throw size or bed size? Either way you are fast and what a beautiful job you did! Congrats!

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  4. So Beautiful! What's next? Lol! I love your not of dishcloths too. I made flower shapes at one time but have since only stuck with squares. You have such a nice variety: I just love the starfish looking one.
    Happy Days,
    Jenn

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous piece!!! Wow! And it must be so satisfying to know that it is made entirely with the stash yarn. I think it will be great not just for winter days, but also for summer picnics :)

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  6. Wonderful. Daughter has asked me to crochet a blanket for her. But she wants it all in cream. I can see tedium ahead unless I maybe find an interesting pattern.

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  7. Hi Becki, thanks for commenting on my blog☺ You had asked about the YouTube tutorials for knitting I was using: it is Tina from Simply in Stitches. I thought they were quite good. Good luck!

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    1. Thank you, Jenn! I will check her out. :)

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  8. Wow, what a beautiful blanket, the colours are gorgeous.

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