... the complete 2012 blanket. Here's one quarter. This is made up of squares of different sizes and rectangles with a turquoise, blue and white border.
The next quarter is a log cabin pattern starting with a square and continuing round with rectangles, again surrounded with a border. I really enjoyed doing the rectangles - very stress relieving.
The next quarter is the odds and sods quarter. There are various experimental squares. Can you spot the granny spiral, circular centres and the moving corner square?
The last quarter was the hardest to put together as it contains odd shaped grannies plus rectangles and squares.
The centre of the blanket is a large square with a centre of equilateral triangles. I've shown you this before in an earlier post.
Around the edge of the whole blanket are granny rhombi. I didn't intersperse these with triangles as I was rapidly running out of wool. Here's the blanket draped over our couch and foot stools in the sun room.
You can see the edging a bit better now.
It really is rather large and easily fits over a double bed.
To see the story of the blanket just click on the 2012 blanket label.