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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

OMG Finish – May 2017


Just under the wire!

I am pleased to share my finished knitting project from Michelle Hunter’s Building Blocks book.  I have mentioned before that this book uses 12 different blocks to teach knitting techniques.  I was in such a hurry to finish before tonight’s OMG deadline that I didn’t photograph block 12 which was a lesson in advanced decreases.  Maybe you can spot it below.  Check out the third block in the third row from the top. 


This was my One Monthly Goal for May and it has been accomplished.

Visit Patty at Elm Street Quilts to see what others accomplished this month.



14 comments:

  1. great job! love those patterns......and the yarn is a scrumptious color too.

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  2. This is really cool. I need to try this! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.

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  3. I truly admire people who can knit. Your sampler is beautiful with all of the different textures and designs you created. Well done!

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  4. I am impressed. The only thing I can successfully knit is a dishcloth. (And sometimes I mess those up too!)

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  5. Congrats on finishing it up! Some gorgeous blocks there, did you have favorite?

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  6. Really beautiful knitted pattern blocks...love the color, too...nice work hugs, Julierose

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  7. Beautiful, Jeanna. I love the color and the different textures are so pretty.

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  8. Wow, what a fun sampler, you must be a pro at them all now, huh? :) Great finish!

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous! I admire people that can knit... especially those that can knit all those fancy stitches! :-)

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  10. it's beautiful! I did crochet but stopped when the yarn made my nose itch something ferce

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  11. It is beautiful! The color is so pretty and I love the different squares. I also love the OMG idea. I need to do something like this with my long project list. LOL! Have a lovely evening.

    Hugs, Vicky

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  12. I think my favorite block thus far is the bottom left one. I am wondering if your patterns are from a knitting book I had many years ago. It was for a sampler similar to what I see you working on.

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