have you heard the one about the granny, hexagons and a ripple?

Yep seems I have 3 crochet blankets on the go at once. Go figure. It started in March last year with a ripple and has progressed in the past month to a giant granny and this week to a hexagon blanket. The granny inspiration came from Pip's a granny a day in the month of may and the hexagons from Sarah's amazing work. The ripple is in a Jo Sharp cotton, the granny in Patons Merino Totem and for the hex's I'm using Noro Taiyo. Hexagon pattern is from Lucy's awesome tutorial, I love her crochet work, have a dig around she has lots of gems in her blog.

Ripple blog

Granny blog

 Noro taiyo hex blog

16 thoughts on “have you heard the one about the granny, hexagons and a ripple?

  1. Krissy says:

    This is exactly what I need to keep me snuggly during cold winter nights spent on the couch. Pity I am so absolutely inept at using my hands to make anything!


  2. Feli says:

    Thank you so much for sharing the link! Ever since i learned how to crochet at the last brown owl meet I have been addicted to IT!!


  3. Krissy says:

    hahah I think you might be a glutton for punishment. Srsly – Mum tried to teach me how to knit once – I get how to do it, but somewhere in the process of sending the message to my hands, it gets muddled! I’ll leave the crafty brilliance to you my dear!


  4. Jessica says:

    That giant granny looks like it is going to be so much fun – the colours just leap out at you. I’m very impressed with the amount of crochet you are getting done – I wish I was as good at getting through all the crochet I’ve started πŸ™‚


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