While cleaning out my Last born and Hubbies apartment upstairs I found a bag of projects I made many years ago.
These are two blankets I made from Make One For Baby by Carole Rutter Tippett.
The pattern is called Waffle Stripes and you can see why.
This is #2 blanket.
I made up the trim.
I think this pattern makes a great fabric for any blanket. It doesn't have many holes but the fabric is very light. I don't like when the fabric is so heavy that you get tired just having it on you.
These little sweaters are from Worsted Weight Layettes by Carole Prior.
A little cap to go with it.
The pattern was easy and fast to make.
This is another example of the great fabric crochet can make.
I may make a blanket but don't think I can find the same yarn.
Those knitters out there that think the fabric made by crochet doesn't meet up to the fabric one can get from knitting are missing a world of beautiful and inspiring work.
Knitters Learn to Crochet/ Crocheters Learn to Knit It will open up a New World to you.