Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Another LUFP

Just wanted to share a project I'm very proud to be involved in, to make a crocheted patchwork blanket. It's for the daughter of a friend, she was diagnosed just a few months after her baby daughter was born. She's undergoing chemo at the moment. A group of us are each making squares and my friend will be putting them all together and making the quilt. Her favourite colour is purple and I have a few other squares in purple with a pink flower on it. All the squares will be joined together with purple yarn. 



16 comments:

JustYolie said...

Oh wow! Beautiful! I'm sure your friend's daughter will love the completed blanket. I hope puts up a good fight!
The rose is so pretty and love the sentiment. Thanks for entering Link Up for Pink.:)

Just a couple of more days to link up another PINK creation.
Yolie
www.JustYolie.com

Janis said...

Linday, I love to crochet! I just finished another blanket for one of our grandbabies. Your pink crochet square is beautiful. Love the purple edging and the flower on it. How cool that a group of you are each making squares to be all put together. I can feel the love. Your friend will cherish it. Here from LU4P party! Hugs!
:) Janis
pausedreamenjoy.blogspot.com

Doreen said...

This is just gorgeous Linday,such a worthy cause.xxx

Dorcas said...

How cool is that, Lin! Beautiful work! And what an act of love. :-)

Celeste said...

OH WOWZERS... such a beautiful blanket... I love it.
Thank you so much for linking up with us for Link Up for Pink....
Celeste
www.touchedbyabutterfly.com

Cheryl said...

What a wonderful idea! I love to crochet as well. This will be such a wonderful gift for her. You and your friends are amazing to do this for her. God Bless you all!
Blessings, Cheryl

Stacey G.- 2 Craf-t-4u said...

This is going to be beautiful Linda! Would love to see the finished project! You talent is amazing!

Jill K. said...

What a wonderful project and what beautiful work you do! Would you be willing to share your patterns for the squares as well as the flowers?
Thanks so much,
Jill
OKScrapGal13@yahoo.com

Lori Comeau said...

That's such a thoughtful project. I would love to see a picture when it is finished. Do you think you can post a picture?
http://lorisartsyobsession.blogspot.com/

GabyCreates.com said...

I know how to crochet so I can really appreciate your work!
Thanks for linking up your fabulous creation with us over at LUFP! ~Gaby
www.gabycreates.com

Nicecrane Designs said...

OMG love it, love it, love it,,,,,so cuteeeee,,,

dj1952 said...

Hi Love, this is soooooooooooo beautiful. You really a multi-talented artist. This will be so beautiful, especially if everyone's skill level is as gorgeous as yours. I'd love to see a picture of the finished work. Tell Paula hello. Love, dj

Babs said...

Hi Lin, I love your crochet & what a lovely thoughtful thing to do. I'm sure she will appreciate it more than you can imagine.
Have a wonderful day Lin,
Luv, Babs
xo

Ulina /Apricot Bubbles said...

What a lovely idea!!
I´m so sorry for your friend - I hope chemo will help!
I like your square a lot and would love to see the finished project!
Hugs,
Uli

Lori Comeau said...

Please stop by my blog http://lorisartsyobsession.blogspot.com/ and pick up an award I have your you.

Anniebee said...

This is lovely, Lin, and how sweet of you to lend a hand to make a cancer patient more comfortable. I'm sure she'll love taking this beautiful quilt to chemo with her. You have been on my mind for the past several days and I was so busy trying to get project finished, I didn't take the time to drop by and say hello. I was happy to see your comment on my blog today as it reminded me that I owed you a visit.

Hugs,
Anne

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