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2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

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The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 33,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 12 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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Some Complete and not so complete crochet

Hello 🙂

Again a picture post.
Here are some crochet completed and not yet completed.
When I complete, I’ll try to post them again.
By posting this, I can also guess how long a WIP remains a WIP(Work in progress)

Some clips for my daughter and gifting.

Ch4, ring
In the ring (ch2 3dc cd2, slip stitch in the ring) 6 times.
Fold the petals forward and make loops on the backside.
ch4 ss to next ss. Make 6 loops.
In the loops ch2 5dc ch2 ss in the loop.

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Again my own pattern. Make a reasonable big granny square, fold into half and stitch the sides( this you can do at the end also).
Continue 3dc granny pattern in circle( i.e cylindrical). Add handle as per your choice and Finish.
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I tested this pattern for a ravelry friend.
Pattern is free in Ravelry Anthurium Bag by Srividya Ganapathy .
Give a try it was easy and new for me.
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Making this as a cushion cover and the pattern is from facebook/pinterest.
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Cheers,
Sangheetha.

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Happy New Year

A Quick Hello and Happy new year wishes to all.

These are my other blankets for the MICQ group which is aiming for Guiness Record of creating the largest crochet blanket.

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I enjoyed making these granny squares and really fell in love with them. Had little sad time parting with them too.
But now that I made them in very short span of time(2-3 weeks), I can actually make them regularly for charity or gifting. I’m wishing to make 1 blanket every 3/4 months and donate to the needy.
Hope I can do so without losing my Granny blanket mojo.

Cheers,
Sangheetha.