Thursday, May 17, 2012

Crocheted Pink Hearts Baby Blanket

I have volunteered to teach the kids in my DD's grade 6 class how to knit.  Since I have lots of left-over yarns, I will donate what I can for the kids to use.   While tidying up my yarn and needle stuff, I came across a baby blanket that I started a couple of years ago.  This is 'Pink Hearts'.  I only had a few more rows to do, so I decided to finish it.



I also want to show you the first columbine that is in bloom.  It's a yellow one.  I love this one.   




7 comments:

Terry said...

What a pretty blanket! I love your columbine! I don't have any yellow ones.

wackywoman said...

What a good thing to pass on to our children Hetty. I'm sure they will love learning. How many students?

nicolette at dutchcomfort said...

That’s such a sweet blanket Hetty!!

Simone de Klerk said...

How very good of you to finish it! and it must be so much fun to teach 6th graders how to knit. It is not done enough anymore, I think.
What a beautiful flower in your garden!

Cybele's patch said...

The baby blanket is gorgeous.
Love the spring flowers too!

Barb said...

I just love your blanket!

hakucho said...

The hearts blanket is lovely! I'm so glad you finished it :)