by spendlove Moderator 23 Jul 2018

Thanks to Mops for posting her picture of the Virus meets granny square shawl.

Just after I saw it, I was given a huge bag of yarn (as if I needed more!) which was a late friend's stash. Mops picture inspired me to search for the pattern and I discovered the Fiber Spider on Youtube. It was love at first sight.
I followed his brilliant video to make this virus blanket from some of Polly's yarn. I didn't really need it after the first few minutes, but I so enjoyed the video and listening to him explain.
I've already started a poncho with some of the heavier weight yarn..........

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by basketkase 11 Aug 2018

Gorgeous, Sue....

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by lidiad 29 Jul 2018

It looks great! Well done.
Hugs, Lidia

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by maggiecal 23 Jul 2018

Looks beautiful and oh so warm.

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by noah 23 Jul 2018

Love it Sue Hugs

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by graceandham 23 Jul 2018

It's beautiful. It feels holy to me to use materials or equipment from someone I loved, who is now departed. A reconnection with them.

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spendlove by spendlove 24 Jul 2018

You are right. Often when I'm sewing, I pick up a piece of fabric from my sister's stash or that of my good friend who died several years ago and the memories start to flow.

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by crafter2243 Moderator 23 Jul 2018

Great job. Love the shells all around. It really improved on the original granny square.

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by mops Moderator 23 Jul 2018

I absolutely love it. It might be my next blanket! Those shells look as if it takes ages to do them correctly but your fingers remember in no time. Thank you for the idea of a square.

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by dragonflyer 23 Jul 2018

Love the scallop design...very nice!

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by pennifold 23 Jul 2018

Wow! Sue, that is beautiful. I love the design it looks very pretty and your stitches are really even. Love Chris

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by marianb 23 Jul 2018

Beautiful.

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