|Babette Squares Scarf - flip side|
|Babette Squares Scarf|
My Babette Blanket squares had been sitting in a knitting bag for a really, really long time (April 2008!) My initial excitement about the project was long gone. I really didn't like the yarn, Plymouth Encore DK, because it was just to acryllic-y. And when I blocked the squares to get them to a place where they could actually be sew together the fabric seemed way too thin for a blanket or afghan.
Fortunately, at just about that time the Shanghai Guild, a group of devoted knitters and crocheters who meet weekly in Shanghai to make items for a variety of charities had a call for scarves for a local senior center. I gathered up the squares I had and made a scarf.
If you want the original pattern for the Babette Blanket it was in the Interweave Crochet Spring 2006 edition. You can download it here.
Upload an instruction sheet with a diagram of how to lay out the squares.
See tips on making Babette squares and a link to a pattern for a square.
Babette Blanket: Techniques to Make Your Squares More Uniform
Babette Blanket: 6 Techniques to Improve Your Work