Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Granny Log Cabin Blanket ... Finished!


I think it's neat how the sunlight dances across the logs.  The colors are so yummy and vibrant!




Pretty Package all Neatly Folded




Clam Shell Rick Rack Border ... my own invention.  =)




In all it's Colorful, Happy Glory!  
I am pleased as punch with the results.

Abigail is home sick with a stomach bug and fever ... she dubs it the Get Well Blanket.


Love always (and stay healthy),

Erin


26 comments:

Sarah Faith said...

Beautiful, Erin!

manda's challenges :) said...

aww many congratulation's on finishing your log cabin blankie xxx looks stunning and has the get well seal of approval bless xx

Attic24 said...

What a beautifully clever, fantastic bit of hookie blankety goodness you've created, I LOVE it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It really looks great, love the deisgn adn esp the edging you made, wow am so impressed!
Lovely visiting with you ♥

Hazel said...

Beeeeeeautiful!! Love it. Hugs to your dd. x

Ms C said...

It's gorgeous and I really love the border!

mynestofyarnandbuttons said...

Really really love the border!!! That didn't take you long to make, such a great job! Hugs, Robin Hope your little one is better real soon ❤

Maria said...

Well done, she is a beauty and its wonderful that she is already in use

Jacquie said...

Hi Erin , wow your blanket turned out gorgeous !!! Love the way you have photographed it with the shadows too.
Hope you little one is feeling better soon.
Jacqui ex

Amanda said...

This is such a great blanket. It is so cheerful! Great job :)

Clara said...

You've done a superb job on this blanket. Hope your little one is better soon.

Erin said...

This blanket is gorgeous. It will def make anyone feel better just looking at it.

Saskia said...

What a lovely blanket! Gorgeous!

Just-Do said...

Beautiful blanket!! I am quite envious of the little time you needed to finish this. It is just great!

DiddleDaddleDesigns said...

This is gorgeous. Was this a complicated pattern?
Teresa

Maaike said...

Hi Erin, that cabin granny just turned out wonderful! Really great how you use the colours into that pattern. And the rim... beautiful.
Love, Maaike

Basketweave said...

I am loving the colour on this. It's gorgeus!! xx

Karen said...

What a beauty. I think your Granny log cabin will be a much loved blanket.

pattas said...

What a beautiful way to make a granny rug.. Inspiration plus.. well done. :)) I am going to follow your blog.. I came across from icrochet:))

crazymotheringchick said...

I love this. I am addicted to quilts translated into afghans. You've done this beautifully.

renee said...

Beautiful Log Cabin!

Kellie said...

FABULOUS! Rainbows & Grannies - two of my favorite things!

Lynn40 said...

Oh this is soooo beautiful. Love the pattern and the colors are just so fab!!! Will you be sharring the pattern to this one??? Would love to give this one a try!!
Beautiful work this one is!!

Erin said...

http://dutchgirldiary.blogspot.com/2010/10/granny-log-cabin-potholder.html

Lynne40 ... I followed the pattern for the potholder but kept going adding "logs" until it was blanket sized. =)

Laurie said...

This is absolutely beautiful and you've inspired me to make one too. Love your color choices and the trim. Very creative. Thanks for sharing!

LindsayMichelle said...

What a cheerful way to chase away the blues! Love this blanket! What part of Michigan are you from? I used to live in the thumb of the mitten. :)

Erin said...

I'm from the western side ... between GR and Holland. =)

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