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Looks like it'll be nice and warm. I haven't run across that name for the stitch pattern.

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That is so pretty. Love the colors and great that you are able to use left over yarn.

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Ah- so very pretty. You always do such a nice job of crochet.

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16 hours ago, greyhoundgrandma said:

Looks like it'll be nice and warm. I haven't run across that name for the stitch pattern.

The lemon peel stitch is incredibly easy. 

Crochet Lemon Peel Stitch Instructions:

Begin by chaining an even number of stitches, plus one more for your turning chain. You’ll end up with an odd number of chains.

Row 1: Sc in second ch from hook. Dc in next. *Sc in next ch, dc in next ch.* Repeat * to * across the row.

Row 2: Ch 1, turn. *Sc in first st, dc in next st. *Sc, dc.* Repeat * to * across the row.

Repeat row 2 until you’ve reached your desired length.

So you see, it's just sc and dc. 

 

 

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14 hours ago, Tampa Doll said:

That is so pretty. Love the colors and great that you are able to use left over yarn.

Thanks, Mary Jo.  In this house, very little yarn goes to waste.  Yarn left over from large afghans goes for lapghans.  Yarn left over from lapghans goes for scarves.  If there are any small balls left over, I use them to make scrap afghans for the animal shelters. 

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10 hours ago, ReniC said:

Ah- so very pretty. You always do such a nice job of crochet.

Thank you !

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Very nice:). I like those colors.  

What  is the size of that blanket? 

Krys

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Very pretty.

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On ‎9‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 11:23 AM, USpolishgirl said:

Very nice:). I like those colors.  

What  is the size of that blanket? 

Krys

Krys, I have not measured the afghan.  However, it is a lap sized throw.

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Scrap yarn ghans for *animal shelters*? Wow, I never thought of that. I could do it too. At last I could use up some of the smaller leftovers. Great idea... :)

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