Sarah’s Babyghan Finished

 

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http://www.angelfire.com/tx5/angelcrafts/patterns/roundripple.html

 

This pattern I originally saw on Flickr and fell in love with it.

 

So this is what I wanted to follow on with from my Tuesdays Top Tips.

 

I found the pattern in Raverlry… Free.

 

I had a chance to look at 936 projects to get some inspiration from for colours.P1230163

And keep a log of hook used, yarn used, date started and date finished. This only took me 4 days.

I used my 75p per ball yarn, 3.5mm hook and it measures 95cm point to point.

 

I just hope Mum soon to be Sarah will be pleased with it too.

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I’m pleased as punch with it.

 

And now to think and ponder as to what I’m going to crochet next!!!! Hmmmmm 

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9 thoughts on “Sarah’s Babyghan Finished

  1. Oh well done Helen! Another triumphant beauty 😀 I bet mum-to-be will also be ‘pleased as punch’ with it. I know I would have been. Ah, the excitement of imminent motherhood. I loved being pregnant, every time 😀

    What are you ‘in the mood’ to make? Little bitties, like your angel monkie? Some cushion covers – ooh, you were going to do a tute about that weren’t you ;D What about an afghan jUst for you? Are you interested in amigurumi? Did you see the link from tiffsniffer’s blog about the person that makes dragon’s and such?
    http://amigurumiartist.blogspot.com/
    Incredible doesn’t do it justice. Hope you enjoy looking 😀
    ttfn
    Mo xx

    1. Wow, thank you girls. I love this little babyghan as you can see. I’m a little tired today, so took Alex to the library and picked up some crafty books… still not sure what to do so working on my wooleater at the moment till I get flash of inspiration… a siesta might be in order too.

      But not before I have a peep at the those sites you’ve mentioned Mo!

      Hope you’re all having a fab afternoon.

      Lots of hugs to all of you xxxxxxxxx

  2. Great tip about keeping a log of the yarn and hook size. It’s important when you have lots of projects on the go. It’s something I always forget to do.
    It’s looking great. You’re right to be pleased with it. Job well done!

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