So you all know about the St Dunstan's blankets yes? You know, you knit one ball of yarn onto the top of the last piece of knitting then send it on to someone else? Well, I have 2 of these blankets on the go at the moment at different locations in the UK (Trashy have you still got one?) and they are coming on very well.
However, I also wanted to make another blanket like the Oliver ones from last year, but it's not going so well. In fact, it is barely big enough to cover a baby bunny, let alone a grown up person. So how about it then, oh wonderful people? Anyone fancy knitting me a 4" square or 2 - as you can see, I have 2 squares so only need another 98. Only - gulp!
The little man I've been dealing with at St Dunstan's is so excited by the whole project - they're really lovely people there. (I wonder if he is indeed a little man or some 6' 6'' giant).
Please dear Bloggers, I'm asking you very nicely, knit me a 4" square to help keep someone warm this winter. Thank-you.
Oh thank-you all so much! Looks like I won't have to knit quite so many squares myself then will I? Instructions for the squares are easy - 4" in machine washable double knitting yarn - any colour, any pattern. Actually, I say double knitting, but any yarn really, just as long as it's washable and measures 4". Most tension squares have to be 4", so if you're far better than me and make tension squares, just send those along. (Does anyone make tension squares?)