In the basket, on the hook, all finished..239 stitches done back and forth three times as well as a shell edge..such a sweet project to make and give❤
I have made one with the picot edge and loved it, but with this yarn it proved much easier to just do a shell edge.......

❤Source❤ thanks to Anneliese for her wonderful patterns..check out her etsy store


Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

I received your photo postcards! They are so pretty! And the cardstock is really nice and thick! Thanks so much!

Did you just do a single stitch back and forth and then the shell border? The color is lovely. Hope your are having a great day! Tammy

Jamie said...

What lovely colors, so beautiful

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Dear Dagmar
I've just spent 10 minutes or so perusing all you wonderful posts I've missed!
I haven't been visiting blogs as I've been working full time, but it's almost over for the time being!!
I’m so glad to hear Harry has been blessed with two lovely grandchildren who will give him purpose.
Your Phoenix trip looked amazing. I’ve loved seeing all your colourful knitting and crochet and thank you D for your link to Anneliese – she has tutorials so hopefully I’ll be on the road with crochet at last!
My mother was a natural at all handwork – a shame I didn’t learn from her when I had the chance!!!
Your glitter houses out of cereal boxes sound lovely – my little granddaughters would love them – you might even show me how!!!!
Thank you for continuing to visit me – I’ve needed a few friends who stick by and you’re certainly one of them dearest D!
Hugs and love
Shane ♥

koralee said...

oooh la pretty! xoxo

Christa said...

I love the yarn you chose ... so pretty in pink ... I can see now that it would have been difficult with the loose strands woven together to do the picot edge ... It is beautiful ... and would be a lovely gift to receive ... !!! xoxo