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With the help of my friends, I co-ordinate "The Craft Group" which is a place for women to gather and do craft! We share a whole range of things, from craft to the small things that matter to us right up to understanding the whole meaning of life! I learn so much from everyone, I thought a blog would be the perfect way to record the memories! The "Plus..." is all about extra bits 'n pieces that I have found and would love to show you. Welcome to our Craft Group. Please feel free to say hi, leave a comment or become a follower! Enjoy!

Monday, 20 February 2012

'Rose of Sharon' Crochet Blanket by Bev.

This is the heaviest, warmest crocheted quilt I have ever felt.
Bev made it from a pattern book which uses images from the Bible to base it's patterns on.

This one is called "The Rose of Sharon".






Isn't it beautiful? All the ladies who are coming to the group, or watching this blog for the crocheted flower patterns will be able to move onto bigger and greater things like this! What an inspiration Bev!

(added later: It is a beautiful pattern from a book from Leisure Arts.  "Afghans inspired by Scripture" designs by Tammy Kreimeyer.)

6 comments:

  1. I've made a few of these in my life time. they are gorgeous! and yes one of the heavier afghans. Her colors are the same one's i use. it's seems to look the best for this pattern. I've seen other colors used and they just don't seem to do the afghans justice. GOOD JOB!! :D

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  2. Please tell me, where can I find this pattern?

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  3. Hi Jenny, someone else asked me this and Bev said she has a book with the pattern in it. I have not been able to find the exact pattern free on line. I will ask Bev for the name of the book, so I will get back to you on that.

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  4. Hi Jenny. This is a beautiful pattern from a book from Leisure Arts. "Afghans inspired by Scripture" designs by Tammy Kreimeyer.
    http://www.amazon.com/Afghans-Inspired-Scripture-Leisure-Arts/dp/B000JFI59Y

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  5. You can find the pattern also on Ravelry: "Rose of Shanon", it links to:
    For more information, see: http://www.annoocrochet.com/2013/02/rose-of-sharon-g...

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