Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Blush Blossom Baby Blanket-Tests

The Blush Blossom Baby Blanket pattern
 is almost ready for release!

Update:
 This pattern has now been released and can be found at
My Ravelry Store by clicking here
or
My Etsy Shop by clicking here.

Meanwhile, look at the amazing work of the testers:

Elizabeth:
Elizabeth suggested a popcorn row instead of a bobble row in the border.
Popcorns on the left, former bobbles on the right.
This change will be incorporated into the pattern.
Brillant!
Now, the popcorns don't pop through to the other side.
Thank you, Elizabeth!

Rashmi:

So pretty!

Emma:


I love the antique yet modern look of the colors she chose.

 Judy:
A beautiful afghan for her niece!

I am awaiting permission to use two additional tester's photos.
This post will be updated accordingly.

They all gave generously of their time, talent and energy.
Oh, so many edits; so little time...
I had no idea how many mistakes I could make, geezzzzz!

I am overwhelmed with gratitude for these lovely ladies!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart!!!
💝

Warmly,

Astri


8 comments:

  1. Very interesting to see the different versions. I like your flower the best from your previous blog entry. It's so exciting creating a new pattern. I'm looking forward to seeing the finished article! In the three examples above. I like the top one the best (possibly because of the colours). The popcorn instead of a bobble sounds nice for the edging. It seems softer.

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    1. I love to see what colors others pick. I'm with you, I like all those colros but the top colors (colours) catch my eye. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. nice testing results, waiting for the pattern to be released

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    1. Yes, great testers. Makes me so happy. The pattern is now released. :-)

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  3. Thanks Astri.. Was a true pleasure, testing this for you. ❤

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  4. This is such an interesting blanket. I hope it will be released soon as I would love to make it

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    1. Thank you! The pattern has now been released and can be found on Etsy or Ravelry. :-)

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