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July 18, 2009

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Jana

I will attempt this. If you could give any more details I would appreciate it. Where does the lacing occur? This afghan is beautiful! My daughter wants it for my Granddaughter. The colors work so phenomenally. You do beautiful work.

louise

jana - i will attempt to take some photos of how i did it - i have some hexagons in my wip pile that could do with some attention. i'll e mail you and let you know. i'll put it up as a post on my blog and link to it from that afghan post. the colours are beautiful - thank you!

lenoir howard

would love it if you would share the pattern. It's absolutely beautiful!

June Crawford

Beautiful combinations. Two questions for you...How many of ech color combo did you make? and...how do you incorporate your color changes and tails etc. Thanks...I appreciate your handiwork and your advise. Ms June

Dawn

Just wondering what size your squares ended up? The original pattern states it is a 12 in square. That just seems too huge, and your blanket is so gorgeous!

NameBonnie

This is beautiful........so much work but well worth the satisfaction How can I get the pattern?

shelly

Here is a valid link to the pattern. It is Flower Burst Square by Chris Simon
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/flower-burst-square

Susan Linville

Do you happen to remember what brand and the names of your colors? They are beautiful! :)

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