Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Lacy Crochet Baby Afghan


Last week I completed Jemimah's baby afghan. I had begun crocheting this afghan before Jemimah was born, but it was set aside soon before her birth and I never quite found the time to complete it until this past month.
Originally I planned to use another pattern for her afghan, but I was not totally pleased with the outcome. So I decided to unravel what I had begun and search for a pattern on-line. I love looking for free patterns on Pinterest. : )
 It was during this search that I discovered the most delightful crocheting blog, Lacy Crochet. Olga, the author of the Lacy Crochet blog, is a fabulous crocheter and offers a beautiful variety of free patterns. If you enjoy crocheting I would highly recommend checking out her blog. The pattern was very easy to follow and I am so pleased with the finished results.
Here is a link to the pattern I crocheted: Lacy Baby Blanket. The only change I made was to add a shell border.

I am sure that Jemimah will find her new afghan cozy and perfect for nap time.

15 comments:

  1. So pretty. Olga does have beautiful patterns. Congratulations on completing the baby blanket. Heather

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  2. Oh, how beautiful, Sarah! You did a terrific job. Jemimah is one blessed little girl to have such a talented Momma! ^_^

    <3 Michelle

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  3. Oh Sarah! This is absolutely gorgeous! What a joy to crochet something pretty like this for precious baby Jemimah!

    Much love and hugs to you!
    Kelly-Anne

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  4. Dear Sarah ... such a precious baby afghan for little Jemimah. It looks so soft and so pretty. Hugs ♥ Teri

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  5. Beautiful job, Sarah!! That is such a lovely afghan - I'm sure Jemimah loves it!! :) There's nothing cuter than a lacy baby blanket, especially when it's handmade by someone special!

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  6. Hello, So glad you got it finished! It looks so pretty, and I love the white color.I love the new softer yarns now days. I will check out her site, and thanks for showing us her sweet blanket! A treasure for sure!!
    Hugs, And Blessed Easter...
    Roxy

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  7. It's lovely, Sarah! It will be so lovely for Jemimah to have this both now and when she's older -- what an heirloom!

    Blessings,
    Shannon

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  8. What a lovely heirloom you have created for your daughter! It is just precious :)

    Thank you also for taking the time to link up with the Art of Home-Making Mondays this week. It is always a joy to read your blog.

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  9. Sarah, that is soooo beautiful! It's enough to make me take up crocheting! Crocheting is one of those things I really wish I knew how to do.

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  10. wonderful job and looks like the right weight for a spring or summer blanket

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  11. Dearest Sarah, your baby afghan turned out beautifully! The pattern is simply lovely and I really like the color you used - soft and sweet :)

    Thank you, sweet friend, for sharing with Roses of Inspiration. You are such a joy!

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  12. This is such a beautiful blanket you have crocheted. I am looking for a pattern for make one for my new granddaughter. Thank you so much for sharing the link.

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  13. Oh, the baby afghan is really adorable! I love crochet, and this is especially pretty. Thank you for sharing the photos and link for the pattern.
    And thank you for stopping by my site. Have a great day!

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