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July 10, 2009

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Kalee

This is gorgeous! I really need to learn how to crochet and relearn knitting. Are there any books you would recommend? Thanks!

materfamilias

So pretty! I used to crochet (and knit) alongside my grandma, but haven't crocheted much for decades -- you make it look very enticing here. . .

Yvette / overanalyzer

Absolutely love it. Are you still planning on doing the Drops baby jacket in garter st, knit side to side too?

Where can I find a pattern for the crochet?

phillippa

i love this. almost makes me want to take up crotcheting little hexagons, but you know....that scarf that i've been knitting since right after we met....

Aimee

Yvette - I used this hexagon how-to on this website: http://attic24.typepad.com/weblog/2008/11/hexagon-crochet.html

I do plan on doing he Drops baby jacket! Just have to find the perfect yarn.

Phil- when you're ready, I'll show you how to to crochet hexagons. I think this would be a good little project for you.

emilylime

Oh that's so beautiful, and it will be gorgeous wrapped around your new babe.

The Bold Soul

Wow. I'm completely impressed that you have the patience for such a beautiful blanket (I already KNOW you've got the talent!) Little BB will love it and it will be a keepsake for the rest of her life.

Scarlet

crocheting reminds me of my mom. She loves it. I should get her the supplies to do it more.

Kim B.

You're right. . . my mom and grandmother both had these. But for some reason they always used nasty acrylic (or whatever synthetic) threads . . .your cotton looks so beautiful and SOFT. You're making good progress! The baby will love it.

Third Culture Mamma

This looks beautiful!

libby

Love this Aimee! My grandma used to crochet and you're right, it reminds me of the many blankets that she has made me. Lovely colors too :-)
I'm hoping to finish an easy sweater I've got planned over the slower paced summer... we'll see...
bisous!

Meg

Wow Aimee, I would LOVE to learn how to crochet just to make this! Though, I do know the single chain (i think thats what it is called) so maybe I could make it.

Anyway, the image is AMAZING and what beautiful colors for your newest addition :)

Kim

Hi Aimee,
I'am so happy to visit your beautiful Salon de Thé! Thank you for advising me the delicious "Thé du temple d'Angkor" You're the BEST Aimee, a woman of numerous talents, you have so much energy to handle so many things! BRAVOS BRAVOS.
Hugs,
Kim

New Yorkaise - Parisienne

Gorgeous baby blanket!

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