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.Blanket for the cats.

This is a project I started already at least 3 years ago, but never finished it until yesterday. Around that time we moved to Vaasa and the blanket squares were stuffed away into a moving box and then forgotten. Until we moved again and I found them. So I now finally finished it. 

I remember I was going to make the blanket bigger, I was going to make 5 squares of each pattern, but I only made the 5 ready of two of the patterns, 4 of third kind, and only two of the last pattern. But I decided 16 squares would have to do, as I can't remember where I found the instructions for the blanket and I didn't have enough yarn left. I can't really tell you anything else about the blanket as I can't remember the needle sizes or the yarns I used either...

I sewed the squares together and I happened to find a small ball of the lightest purple yarn among my stash of leftover yarns. I used it to crochet an edging for the blanket. I'm really happy about the result and the cats finally got the blanket I promised them already over 3 years ago.


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