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My finished emoji blanket
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BetwixtTheStitch message #1
My finished emoji blanket
May 25, 2018 at 8:36:19 AM
 
All the graphs were made here, I chose to make them with symbols only, instead of colors. Then I printed the graphs and used colored pencils to use only the colors I wanted, and where I wanted. Using the cross stitch over tunisian technique, I was able to use only scrap yarn for the images.



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Re: My finished emoji blanket
May 25, 2018 at 9:07:45 PM  (in response to BetwixtTheStitch message #1)
 
Sherry,
This is absolutely amazing! Kiss Love, love, LOVE it! Kiss
What a brilliant idea, to use up scraps so efficiently. Kiss
Thank you so much for posting! KissKissKiss



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pinsandneedles message #3
Re: My finished emoji blanket
June 18, 2018 at 12:43:09 PM  (in response to BetwixtTheStitch message #1)
 
This is beautiful designing and crocheting!


 
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Re: My finished emoji blanket
June 18, 2018 at 10:48:00 PM  (in response to pinsandneedles message #3)
 
I absolutely agree with you! Kiss


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BetwixtTheStitch message #5
Re: My finished emoji blanket
June 19, 2018 at 8:51:16 AM  (in response to pinsandneedles message #3)
 
Thank you, to both of you Kiss


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Re: My finished emoji blanket
June 20, 2018 at 12:09:34 AM  (in response to BetwixtTheStitch message #5)
 
You're so welcome...and well deserved! Kiss


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Perlandra message #7
Re: My finished emoji blanket
June 25, 2018 at 7:24:09 PM  (in response to BetwixtTheStitch message #1)
 
Quote:
All the graphs were made here, I chose to make them with symbols only, instead of colors. Then I printed the graphs and used colored pencils to use only the colors I wanted, and where I wanted. Using the cross stitch over tunisian technique, I was able to use only scrap yarn for the images.

I love this blanket! Hmmmm.... have not tried the tunisian technique yet, but will have to learn it. 



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Stitchboard Admin message #8
Re: My finished emoji blanket
June 27, 2018 at 12:19:09 AM  (in response to Perlandra message #7)
 
Perlandra,
Tunisian is a very different technique...and a lot of fun! Kiss It's especially lovely for cross stitching on it, so then you don't have to worry about switching colors in the middle of a row and having a lot of awkward bobbins. Smile



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RavenPin message #9
Re: My finished emoji blanket
June 27, 2018 at 9:32:18 PM  (in response to BetwixtTheStitch message #1)
 
O...M..GOODNESS...I am inlove, that is some fantastic work...AWESOME! 👍👍👍


 
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Stitchboard Admin message #10
Re: My finished emoji blanket
June 27, 2018 at 11:16:58 PM  (in response to RavenPin message #9)
 
Raven,
Absolutely agree with you there! Kiss



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BetwixtTheStitch message #11
Re: My finished emoji blanket
June 28, 2018 at 9:28:24 AM  (in response to Perlandra message #7)
 
Thank you all, I do prefer the look of tunisian for graphgans. But after having tried the intarsia method a few times, I went back to the old way of cross stitching on it. It's easier, but it takes longer. Wink


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Piddy message #12
Re: My finished emoji blanket
October 15, 2018 at 7:35:23 PM  (in response to BetwixtTheStitch message #1)
 
That is a very beautiful blanket.  I love the creativity that you used with your pattern!  

 
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