Friday, June 5, 2015

WEEK 6 - Granny Rose CAL: REVEAL

TADA!

Granny Rose CAL Reveal:
 All done and I'm thinking all the time put into it,
was worth it!

 Please keep in mind that you can
go back at anytime and follow all the steps to make this or a variation of this afghan.

Click on the steps below for a link to each step:

or to purchase the pattern click here

A rare shot of the Granny Rose Afghan from the back:

I hope you all had fun!
It was so good to have you!

Please share you pictures on Instagram: #grannyrosecal
or email them to me and I will post them on this website.
astri.bowlin@gmail.com

33 comments:

  1. Astri, the finished Rose Afghan loooks just beautiful (even the back!) The edging finishes it off so well! It's a wonderful feeling to have something finished, isn't it?! I've just started the white hdc row on each square!
    Have you made your afghan for a special baby - or will it be a blanket in waiting?!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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    1. Thank you Sandra. Yes, it does feel good to be finished.

      I'm not sure what I will do with the blanket, it may stay on the back of our sofa. Perhaps, I'll make another for a baby I had in mind, and use your ideas for inspiration. Your project is so pretty.

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  2. Oh WOW it is fabulous. Jo x

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    1. Oh how nice, Jo! I appreciate your comment and you!

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  3. Fantastic!!!! It looks so great!! You should be very pleased with it - which I am sure you are!!! xx

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    1. Hi!!! Thank you Amy. You are such a good bloggy friend!

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  4. Astri!

    okay ????!

    What a beautiful thing! look I put in a very big picture because it is too beautiful your crochet! It is colorful, cheery and is good for people's souls!

    Miss you!

    Kiss Pri

    P.S - send kiss to Rose too!

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    1. Hello my sweet friend. I thought of you with all the roses. This blanket is a little like Rose's blanket. :-) I hope all is well in Brazil and that you are happily making Tilda's. :-)

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    1. Hi Kim! I hope all is well with you. I love it when see your name pop up. Thanks for stopping in!

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  6. It's beautiful Astri a work of art I love that border and the colours are heavenly. :) xx

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    1. Hello my friend. Thank you for stopping by and the nice comment. :-)

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  7. Wow!!!! Stunning blanket!!!! It looks gorgeous and I love that you used white.... All the flowers pop!
    xx
    Barbara

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    1. Hi Barbary - thank you and I am so happy to see your face! I never tire of putting white with everything. I'm glad you visited.

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  8. Beautiful. I love the different colored centers.

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    1. Thank you Cathy! I'm glad you like the centers; it was a fun twist on the original. :-)

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  9. Gorgeous, gorgeous blanket my friend.
    Meredith

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  10. Dear Astri,
    This afghan is gorgeous!Stunning! The colours are so lovely...

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    1. Hello Gaia! You are so kind with your thoughtful comment. Thank you!

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  11. What a fabulous blanket, Astri!!:) it looks lovely in your beautiful home !! Great job!!

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    1. Aw thank you Preeti, you are always so sweet and supportive!

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  12. It's so, so pretty, and the colours are delicious - sweet and cheery with a hint of the tropics. Such beautiful work! :)

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  13. Wow, what a lovely blanket. I am in love. Gorgeous.

    Groetjes, Monique

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  14. So very beautiful! And definitely a lot of work! Have a great weekend. Tammy

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  15. Wow what a beautiful blanket. I wish I could crochet to that standard. Maybe a couple of years of practice. Joan at www.aviewtothefells.com

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  16. Oh that is so beautiful worth every minute, gorgeous colour choices too!
    bestest daisy j

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  17. Your afghan is just beautiful. Thanks so much for your pattern and your tutorial. I want to start on this pattern. I crochet a flower Afghan many years ago for a wedding gift. The groom was just 6'4". When finished it was a king size. I love your edging. It really finished your afghan beautifully. Again, THANKS

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  18. Your afghan is just beautiful. Thanks so much for your pattern and your tutorial. I want to start on this pattern. I crochet a flower Afghan many years ago for a wedding gift. The groom was just 6'4". When finished it was a king size. I love your edging. It really finished your afghan beautifully. Again, THANKS

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  19. Your afghan is just beautiful. Thanks so much for your pattern and your tutorial. I want to start on this pattern. I crochet a flower Afghan many years ago for a wedding gift. The groom was just 6'4". When finished it was a king size. I love your edging. It really finished your afghan beautifully. Again, THANKS

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  20. That is absolutely beautiful.

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  21. Absolutely heaven sent! My Grandma T would have loved your beautiful afghan! The roses are stunning and the boarder is outstanding, so happy someone shared your beautiful blanket on Facebook! I'm going to give it a try!

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  22. Truly so very beautiful - my favourite flower encased in your gorgeous pattern!

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