>SARAH LONDON’s Afghans and a quilt

>If you have never been to Sarah London’s blog please check it out; such lovely colors every where. I especially like her several posts on wool eater afghans with patterns and tutorials. Here are some links for you below. I will not post any of her pictures — I want it to be a nice surprise when you see the afghans.

Her hawaiian flowers afghan:

  1. Hawaiian flowers
  2. Hawaiian flowers tutorial with pictures
  3. Joining flowers

Her loop loop afghan:

  1. Loopy lou afghan starter
  2. Edging and joining

Her square in the corner afghan:

  1. Visual of granny square easy enough to make from photo if you know how to make grannies, but it has a twist. l

Crochet conversion from UK/ Australia to American

  1. Conversion chart

Wool eater afghan

  1. Wool eater pattern
  2. Her flickr group on this blanket

Her hex granny, loop loop and weave afghans:

  1. Hip to hook

Selvedge star (string quilt):

  1. Part 1
  2. Part 2
  3. Part 3

Have fun looking at the eye candy, maybe even start a few to get rid of your yarn and fabric scraps.


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Zinnia
    Nov 02, 2011 @ 00:39:38

    Hello,I cannot get into the Sarah London's website/blog. Can you please tell me what I need to do to be invited?Thank you so much.Zinnia


  2. sunshine
    Nov 02, 2011 @ 06:19:18

    her blog use to be public it isn't any more so the links don't work now


  3. sunshine
    Nov 02, 2011 @ 06:26:48

    she has anew bloghttp://sarahlondon.wordpress.com/


  4. Zinnia
    Nov 03, 2011 @ 07:42:43

    Thank you for the information!Greetings, zinnia


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