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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

The Babette

I've gotten 20 blocks for The Babette done now and I thought I'd lay them out (in no particular order) to see how I was doing color wise. I wanted to make sure I didn't have too much of one color or need more of another and overall, I'm pretty happy with what I have so far.

The pattern calls for 128 blocks total and since I'm wanting a bigger size than the pattern comes out, I know I'll need more, but it makes sense to me to start with the blocks called for in the pattern. I realize that 20 blocks is less than 1/6 of the total, but I've already done the four biggest blocks and have some of the medium sizes done. The majority of the blocks are tiny and small. I guess I could call them tiny, small, small medium, medium, large, and extra large. So it might make more sense to say I've finished all the large and extra large blocks, done some of the small medium and medium blocks and done some tiny and small blocks. Make sense? I've also figured out that I will definitely need more yarn scraps in warm colored superwash fingering weight.



Blogger Nicole said...

Looking good!

12:29 PM  
Blogger PghCathy said...

What bright cheery colors! I agree with Nicole...lookin' good!

5:41 PM  

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