Thursday, 23 June 2011

Introducing ‘Tutti Frutti Daisy’ Granny Square Blanket.

Well as promised I’m delighted to be able to introduce and show you my newest creation. Tutii Frutti Daisy blanket – I so love the colour combination here, and hope you do to.
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The blanket is constructed from 7 rows of 7 squares across and 7 rows of 7 square down. A total of 49 squares. Each square has a pink central daisy flower and is then surrounded by 7 different colours.
I think the colour work in this pattern is gorgeous and so very pretty and cheerful. The pattern contains explicit colour guidance for each and every square – so 49 different colour combinations.
The finished blanket measures 54“ x 54“. The blanket could be made larger or smaller by increasing or decreasing the amount of squares used.
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The pattern  is now available in my Etsy store click here

or in my Ravelry store click here.

11 comments:

priscilla said...

wow ! Gorgeous !!!

Pammy Sue said...

Very pretty!

Hillery said...

I agree with you that the colors are fantastic. What I really like, is that the center of the flower and the join is the same color. It brings a nice continuity to it. It really is an art, playing around with color.

Cecile said...

Love it!

Doris Sturm said...

Oh, I love the color combination and now I really want some Tutti Frutti ice cream LOL

eight by six said...

the colours are stunning

The Sunroom said...

Thank you all for your lovely comments and I'm delighted you love the colours. I hope you are all well.

Have a fabulous weekend.

Aileen

Colleen Greene said...

Gorgeous! I love the pattern and colors.

- Colleen @ Made By Colleen

Erin - Dutch Girl Diary said...

I've been looking at all the blankets you posted on Flickr ... wow! You have an amazing sense of color. =)

Happy Hooking!

Donna said...

This is very pretty! I love what we can do with squares! Beautiful colors, will go with any decor!

Thank you for sharing.
Blessings, Donna
grandma4five

The Sunroom said...

You are all so kind and thank you for you warm comments on my colour work :-)