Berry Pie Blanket

The first day of September marks the first day of spring here in Australia. Mother Nature has certainly put on a beautiful day for this first day of the new season. It's a beautiful sunny day (22ΒΊC) with only a slight breeze and not a cloud in the sky. 

Firstly, I'd like to share that I've finally finished my Berry Pie blanket last night. I started it when the weather cooled down in late March. I decided that I would only use yarn that I had at home in my stash. I probably had enough yarn to make it a few rows longer, but figured finished was better than having it sit around as a WIP. 

It could do with a bit of blocking to straighten up the sides but for now, I'm happy with how it's turned out. It's soft and cozy and made up of some pretty coloured yarn. 

I took a few quick pictures of my Berry Pie Blanket this morning and will now put it away until next autumn/winter when the weather cools down again.


  1. A lovely finish and you are well prepared for the cool weather next year.

  2. It's beautiful! Love those berry colours.

  3. I have really enjoyed the updates on your progress. It is a lovely afghan (as we say in the US). I also love your blog! Do you remember how many chains you used to begin and what stitch? I have lots of unused yarn and this would be perfect.

  4. Anorina, this blanket is amazing. I love the colors
    I am the worst knitter in the world, crochet too, just horrible.
    You are really inspiring!!πŸ¦‹πŸŒ·

  5. What a beautiful blanket, and all from leftovers! Looks warm and cozy!

  6. What a beautiful way to use up all your leftover wool- lots of luscious colours, playing so nicely together!


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