Thursday, September 8, 2011

Bloomin' Flower Cushion Update

Front

Second try coming along...

Blogged about (here)

Back

I found it helps to use my markers to "mark" every five stitches for the flowers.


Front - Two more rounds done correctly

Marking the rounds helped but I also found out why my first one went wrong on the dark burgundy round.  When I printed out the pattern our printer was running very low on color ink.  I didn't realize that some of the text was in red ink rather than black.   The red text didn't come through at all so I missed those stitches completely.   That's corrected...now I'm cooking with gas. 

Back - with markers

I'm pleased so far.

As this cushion grows I will probably run out of markers but hopefully by then I won't need them as much.

I'm using left over yarn.

Now to choose my next colors!



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Donna at Funky Junk Interiors for Saturday Nite Special
Cielo at The House in the Roses for Show Off Your Cottage Monday



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8 comments:

  1. I am glad you figured out what the problem was. I think it looks good already, love the colors you've chosen so far. xo,

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  2. What pretty colors you have chosen!! It has been forever since I picked up a crochet hook but I might just have to try these!!

    bee blessed
    mary

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  3. Oh, I love your crocheted pillow cover. I happen to have made one of those, in fact I have made several. They are so fun to make. Love the colors you are using. Can't wait to see the finished project. Thanks for sharing. Karie

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  4. It is looking great Sandy. Glad you found the problem so you could get it right.
    Cheers
    Helen

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  5. Lookin' good! I loved your "Blooming Bloody Flower Cushion" comment on your first post about it. Hee-hee. I missed that the first time.

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  6. It's looking good and I am pleased you have sorted out the problem.

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  7. It is looking really nice.
    I bought mine its feather inner today, not sure if it is a bit big (looks rather a fat cushion!) I think it needs a bit of pounding to settle it down.
    Carol xx

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  8. Oh, my, such prettiness! You make me want to go and grab some yarn and my crochet hook!!!

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