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Omne Trium Perfectum or Good blankets come in threes



Every stitch I make is made out of love, from my heart. I guess ultimately my knitting and crochet is one of my ways of spreading love and kindness through the world. So it's with a very big smile on my face that I'm sending these to Knit for Peace, who's been collecting blankets to send to refugee camps in Kurdistan. They are all baby blankets (30 inches x 30 inches), colourful, soft and cuddly.

Cada ponto que faço é feito com amor, vem do coração. Acho que o meu tricot e o crochet acabam por ser um dos meus métodos de espalhar amor e bondade pelo mundo. Portanto, é com um grande sorriso que envio estas mantas à Knit for Peace, que tem estado a reunir mantas para os campos de refugiados no Curdistão. São todas mantas de bebé (cerca de 65 x 65 centímetros), coloridas, suaves e aconchegantes.


Pattern: No pattern, really. It's just four 12' granny squares, put together with a zig zag stich and then 4 rows around the entire blanket. Easy edge pattern from here.
Yarn: Ice Yarn Baby Batik (2 x 100 gr skeins).

Modelo: Não tem um modelo, na verdade. São só quatro granny squares de 30 centímetros, que uni com um ponto de ziguezague e depois fiz quatro carreiras à volta da manta. O acabamento é simples, ver aqui
Fio: Ice Yarn Baby Batik (2 novelos de 100 gr).


Pattern: Corner to Corner Square Granny Afghan, by bobwilson123. Available here. Super fast, by the way. Also the same pattern used for the next blanket.
Yarn: Ice Yarn Baby Batik (2 x 100 gr skeins).
Modelo: Manta Granny Quadrada Canto a Canto, da bobwilson123. Disponível aqui. Super rápido, já agora. Também o usei para a manta que vem a seguir.
Fio: Ice Yarn Baby Batik (2 novelos de 100 gr).

Another Corner to Corner, this time in worsted weight. Awesome, awesome colours!
Outro de Canto a Canto, desta vez em fio worsted. Cores maravilhosas, maravilhosas!

 

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