Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Blanket unveiling!

My blanket is done and I am in love with it!

It is big, about the size I wanted but I still can't believe how big it is!

Again, I want to thank everyone for getting involved with this CAL. It was the first one I've done but I will be doing another, for sure.

I can't wait to see all of your lovely work, but in the mean time, here's mine!
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My pictures are always blurry....anyone got any tips for me on how to avoid that?

Here is the linking tool, for when your ready to show off your blanket!

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful work. And so right it is huge. I am donating my squares to a nursing home. Someone else will assemble them.

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  2. It's so AWESOME!!! I've been swamped with getting ready for this baby...but can't wait to finish mine up!! Thanks again so much for hosting this event!! YOU ROCK!!

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  3. Your blanket is amazing! Beautiful! I'm not so far with my blanket. I still have to make some squares,before i van finish, but i hope to show you soon my blanket. greetings from Joke

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  4. It's beautiful. I really want to finish all of my squares. Congrats on the big finish!

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  5. Just beautiful..I like it...

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  6. Thanks everyone!
    I can't wait to see your work!

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  7. It is awesome, Melissa! And huge! :) I can't wait to finish mine, too. I think it might cover my giant sofa. I can't thank you enough for organizing this! :)

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  8. It turned out FaBuLoUs, Melissa!

    Yours is so vibrant & beautiful with all of your color choices! And the huge-ness is one reason I absolutely love this throw!

    Thank you again for all of your work in putting together this fantastic journey of grannies. I had a blast.

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  9. Fantastic blanket!!

    For taking non-blurry pictures either use a flash, or with no flash, and only dim light, the auto setting on the camera will keep the shutter open a long time and as you breathe, etc. it shakes. So... the simplest thing I would say is: set the camera on a tripod or a shelf/ladder, etc. and use the 'self-timer' setting, then push the button. The self timer will give it time to settle after you've pushed the button and the shelf will keep the camera steady while the shot is taken. Let me know if this helps!

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  10. It's an awesome blanket and you're great for having made...and ASSEMBLED...the large squares. That's often the stopping point for me. I can't stand to sit and join!

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