Marmalade and a crochet-a-long perhaps?

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33 Responses

  1. Ava says:

    Absolutely! This would be awesome. I’m not great at crochet either but there are lots of youtube tutorials that can help those who are visual learners like myself. I am so excited.

  2. Ellen says:

    Oh my gosh – that blanket is sooo pretty! I’d join you, although I am new to crochet as well so I might only be able to manage enough for a doll quilt for my neice. Or maybe a pillow cover. Or maybe a table topper. Love that Marmalade line with the added orange too!

  3. Robin says:

    Thanks for generously sharing the kaffe blanket tutorial! I WILL have one also!

  4. Marianne Penner says:

    I would love to quilt- crochet along.

  5. Oh, a crochet a long sounds like fun! That blanket is gorgeous!! And Bonnie & Camille’s line is adorable. Can’t wait to get my hands on it!

  6. Libby Leatherwood says:

    I want to join in! I am not much of a crocheter (?) but would love to try and do this….thanks for inviting us!

  7. Carolyn S. says:

    wow, that is darn cute and if I knew beans about crocheting, I’d so be there! Maybe I can wheedle a crochet-friendly friend into a collaboration.

  8. jennifer says:

    oooh crochet-a-long? i’m in for sure!

  9. shelia says:

    i’d love to give it a try!

  10. renee says:

    Hi am so excited too see how you use quiltblocks and crochet -ed around them its great, for sure into the crochet-a-long yeah renee by

  11. Jody says:

    This sounds like just the sit down and relax kind of project that I’d be up for. 🙂 I even know what fabrics I’d want to use…not sure about the yarn choice…but I do know “someone” who would be super at helping me out there. 🙂

  12. Crystal says:

    How did I miss that blanket on pinterest?!!! I would love a sew-a-long

  13. beth f. says:

    YES! I used to crochet years ago so this looks like fun!

  14. Jane says:

    What a great pattern, would love to give it a go

  15. svetlana says:

    oh, what a fantastic idea. I’d love to give it a go.

  16. heather says:

    I love that orange in this new line of fabric. Can’t wait til us mere motals can get some. 🙂

  17. Sandy K says:

    That is a fantastic blanket. I crochet and would love to do this with fabric!

  18. Ellyn Z says:

    I pinned that too…. & I love to crochet. hmmm might join in!

  19. Julie says:

    Oh I love to crochet and quilt! What a fun mixture of both! I will totally do this with you!

  20. Rose says:

    Ok. I have never really wanted to learn to crochet, but that is adorable! I’m in! You tube will definitely help!

  21. Anita says:

    That blanket is gorgeous!! I’ve been wanting to learn to crochet and this blanket is too pretty! I think a crochet-a-long would be fun and the kick in the pants I need 🙂

  22. Yes! I’m in . Just off to look at the blog you mentioned

  23. Liz M says:

    Thanks for sharing such a great link – I might have to make one of this in some gorgeous liberty squares!

  24. Connie says:

    Bonnie & Camille’s fabric is my new favorite! Can’t get enough!

  25. Caro says:

    I’m a little late in responding, but I would love to join the crochet along!

  26. Merrill says:

    This sound a wonderful idea for using up my stash. I am a learner crochet person And would love to try this. Will await further news and instructions.

  27. You’re brave–I haven’t been able to untie my Marmalade yet. It’s just so pretty in the stack…

  28. wendy says:

    I’m not sure if I can commit to a CAL as life is a bit hectic right now, but I’d like to. However, I did want to offer my crochet services. I see a lot of ladies above are also new or non crocheters – is there a way I can help?

  29. Lu-Anne Comfort says:

    I am so looking forward to being part of this.

    Crochet and quilting….am I dreaming!!!!

  30. Lu-Anne says:

    Crochet and quilting…….am I dreaming? A Crochet-A-Long sounds like fun idea. Count me in.

  31. Blue.Ridge.Girl says:

    Oh yummy!! I don’t think I’m too late to join in…I love love love to crochet and joining it up with sweet fabric squares sound like fun that I just can’t pass up.

  32. Carol (Frenchy) says:

    This might be a silly question, but how do you ‘punch’ the holes all round the fabric? (because when I previously tried, of course the needle goes through, but the thread doesn’t go through the hole at all… so it’s stuck halfway through! 🙁

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