The pattern is easy to get started but I had to watch my rows getting to the end of the garder stitch rows. Doing the lack has been a bit of a challenge for me, it looks a little rough but its a new pattern for me.
The lady I am knitting for is short and I am thinking I might add a little length for her.
We have a new baby Crow as we say here in Adelaide, one of our recently retired players had a baby girl and this was the blanket that was delivered. My go to granny square, thanks to The Crochet Crowd.
On the hook, is my David Robertson inspired blanket. (Robbie is my favorite player and pitcher for the White Sox). It is made with 8 corner 2 corner squares crocheted together and then doing a granny square around the outside to grow it.
We all have that one pattern we fall back on when you need a fast baby gift?
This was speed crocheting at its finest.
The couple who received the gift live in the Barossa wine region and it gets cold up there.
It was hubby Phil who suggested to use shades of green to represent the vines of the wineries.
Pattern is a Granny square with a twist, which you can find the pattern here