This is a gorgeous pattern I kept seeing on the crochet group I'm part of and I tried and tried and kept getting confused and messing up.
I had commented on someone's photo that I just couldn't get it, it was beyond my skill level. Well, to my surprise, the lady who's video I was watching sent me a private message offering her help!!
AND she fixed my goof up!
I just love how it looks, plus it's worked "in the round" so it's square and even!
This is called a Virus shawl. I had this skein of pink that Emily kept saying how pretty it was. So I set off to make the shawl with just that one skein, it is the perfect size for her!
When I finished the original blanket, I still had the yellow and green left so I was curious to see how far I would get, if it would be big enough for anything so I got started.
I finished off with a couple rows of white to make it look finished and it's a great baby blanket size. It's about 32 inches.
To give you a better idea of the sizes. The small blanket is folded diagonal on top of the original blanket that's folded in quarters. It's really big. But I love that peachy orange color with the green and yellow.