I made this blanket with all (ok some) of my scraps
It is just one giant granny square, when a color ran out I just tied a new one on and kept going, it is a good size couch blanket, my boys just love to cuddle with it
wow, first i must say, kudos to you patient and talented ladies with the extremely aerodymanic hooks and hands - all those hexagons are gorgeous and they look AWESOME together.
i quoted the granny square blanket though, because i'm doing something similar with 2 pink and black red heart pounders, as the beginning of my destashing-so-fiance-can-restash-me process. and i think it may be my tension but my granny square corners are coming out kinda pointy and it's kinda floppy. i don't know if it's my tension or the funky difference in thickness between the 2 yarns (the black is thicker for some reason), but maybe you guys could help me? here's some pics, although i've worked on it since taking these and loosened my tension, and it seems to help a little bit, but i still think i'm doing something wrong:
i suppose the floppyness doesn't really matter too much as long as it's not extreme, because i doubt anyone will notice when it's just draped over the couch i'll be getting soon. i'd just really like to know what i shouldnt be doing so my next scrap blanket will look better. thanks guys, and keep up the beautiful work. =)