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Baby Tree of Life Throw

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Thank you so much!

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Gorgeous!! I've had that in my WIM list, but I think it's probably way beyond my skills as a knitter. Yours is just beautiful! What yarn did you use?

 

Patty

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Oh, my. I'm drooling. How gorgeous! Love the cabled edge and the trees... and the motif in the center band and the gentle color, and... Pam, this is awesome!

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Gorgeous!! I've had that in my WIM list, but I think it's probably way beyond my skills as a knitter. Yours is just beautiful! What yarn did you use?

 

Patty

 

I used Lion Brand Pound of Love, which worked out well. I still have a lot left over!

 

Seriously, this isn't beyond people's skills. I always like what the Yarn Harlot says (I'm paraphrasing here): Every pattern, no matter how complicated, is always knit (or crocheted) one row at a time!

 

:c9

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Love this! I have been wanting to knit or crochet this pattern for a long time....yours is gorgeous!

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It's Beautiful! Great job. It looks complicated.

 

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Love it, nice work!!!

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Your afghan is beautiful! I think the tree of life is perfect for a baby blanket! It reflects on the continuity of life from one generation to the next. Love your project modifications and the result.

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Thank you all so much! Next, I'd love to try the crochet version. I wish they made it in a baby size...perhaps I can try to modify it. :think

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Really nice. Always wanted to try this one never seem to get the time

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Beautiful... I've never tried to knit a border like that - is it knit as you go, or do you knit the border after the body of the blanket is finished?

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