A bumpy start to the new year but the pictures have arrived now - dozens of them.

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Marion a friend of mine Marioth Brown joined your ABC blanket and I did the butterfly one.

Your butterfly squares are absolutely exquisite. I hope you don’t mind that I divided them into two blankets. I’ve given them to another friend to join. I would have loved to make another butterfly blanket but I feel  that I should share the theme squares. 

Thank you, Estelle. My thanks also to Marioth.

Lots of beautiful blankets in this batch. The c2c blankets are stunning and Marion's butterflies are beautiful :))

Some recent blankets!

Beauty!  Thanks, Pam :))  If I'm not mistaken, I believe that's Anne's little bee on the orange square.  Cute!  I love that striped one that's being held up.  So many lovely squares to make gorgeous blankets ... xo

Loving the granny square blankets as usual. I also love the blanket with the pink heart squares in it, so eyecatching!

I love the greens, browns and yellows together in the third blanket. Very effective. I see 2 of my TC squares in the second blanket, a red basketweave and a variagated pink honeycomb.

Posted this blanket a little while back, it is being sent by Athele's cousin in the UK - Wumf Tuxworth - since this pic was taken it has had a crocheted blue edge added! Well worth another look.

It's lovely  and bright.

A few blankets sewn together by Estelle and her friends.  Comments by Estelle:

I always love to sew up a Cath Riley when I’m away. Cath your shipment arrived just in time to take some to do in the bush. I love the pumpkin and green in this super soft blanket. The lilic and pink number squares were crocheted by Christine Chiplen from Wales. I tried to match Christine’s favourite colours pinks and purple and mauves. Hope you like it Christine. I know the children will. Thank you both for your ongoing support for KNIT A SQUARE.

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Mary these are the fabulous blankets you saw that we were joining at the Game Farm. You mentioned that you loved the colours. The one on the left is a Cath Riley sewn together by my friend Joan Thorne. Sue Anousakis from Waterfall Estate joined the one on the left and Joan very kindly edged it. Thanks everyone who contributed to these great blankets. Such fantastic colours the children loveImage may contain: indoorNo automatic alt text available.

So many lovely blankets, all sewn together so beautifully! I am thrilled to see my number squares surrounded by such lovely shades of pink and purple, thank you :))

Chris, your beautiful number squares are the perfect centrepiece.

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