Welcome to the 2019 KAS Blanket Room.  We invite you to view many of the wonderful blankets that are made from our crafters efforts.  Eight inch (20 cm) squares and completed blankets make their way to the KAS Barn and will eventually be featured on this discussion page.  We hope that you might see one of your creations.

   Many thanks to the crafters, gogos and sewing warriors that sew the squares into blankets.

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Terrific selection thank you ✅

Friday's fancies.....

I see some squares/blankets from Amy and Chris and some bears squares from Jude and/or the Purton ladies.  :))

I'm not sure why the last few pics are of partial blankets, perhaps a different photographer than usual.  :))

Thanks Bev honey - I love a meander through the completed blankets ❤️

You're most welcome, Karen. xo

Thank you for the pictures I find everybody’s work so inspiring xx

Thank you, Bev, for sharing these beauties with us!  I just love to look through all the colors and designs ... the hearts, the bunny, the sunny smiley, the stripes and grannies, the message of love (aren't they all messages of love :))) ... the list goes on and on!!

While I don't always know who made which squares (like you often do, dear Bev :), I think I'm seeing Lesley's gorgeous cross stitch in about the 9th photo down in this batch :)))  

Such beautiful work from everyone - from the square-makers to those who stitch them all together ... xo

Fab selection!   It seems we have a new photographer who has taken to capturing only part of the completed blankets, which on one hand is a shame - but on the other hand the close up nature of this makes for good chances to view in more nosey detail!

So many FAB squares and blankets in the above, but my eyes are drawn to the multi-coloured diagonal blanket, in particular. I would have to stare at it for ages, just to try and take it all in...what a zinger!!!

I am thinking it must be a 'happy scrappy' blanket, as the range of colours in each square is just amazing. Three cheers to whomever this beauty belongs....such a lot of work it must have been....and the result is spectacular!

You are right Bev, lots of beauties in this bunch and the colourful diagonal blanket is, as you suspected, a happy scrappy blanket made by Susanne Leverton.

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