And I love it. I swapped the light pink yarn for a darker rose and it's perfect. I added the half diamond rows last night to make it square and put the new border on this afternoon. As soon as it's done blocking, it will go in the mail to Anna's mama. Sure hope they like it!

Tech Specs: Pattern is based on 'Beautiful Baby Afghan' by Carolyn Christmas. (Ravel It) from her book "Gourmet Crochet: How to Make Easy Tunisian Entrelac" (which I highly recommend; great visuals, very easy to use.) Yarn is Plymouth's Bella Colour in #014 (multi - 5.5 balls) and #112 (rose - 1 ball); and the white is Bernat's Softee Baby (about 1 skein). "I" crochet hook.


Woven Spun said...

If they don't love it, they are crazy. It's beautiful.

Petunia Pill said...

I spent much of my evening yesterday working through the "older posts" of your blog. Sooooo many beautiful crocheted items! And THIS ONE...it's just beyond amazing! I took a stab at the tunisian technique a few months ago...I didn't do much beyond that first "try"...I may need to revisit it when time permits as I have more experience under my belt now. Work like yours is so inspirational!