The Yggdrasil Blanket

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It’s all done. Has been for about two weeks. This took so much time, but I am very happy it’s done and that I have it now to send me off into sweet dreams, or revealing some messages I’m being sent.

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There has been some serious increase in the amount of meaningful dreams I’ve been having, and a decrease in not so nice dreams.

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I also am one of those people who like to meditate laying down, so this is just a perfect blanket all around!

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4 thoughts on “The Yggdrasil Blanket

  1. beautiful! You know, I know that one can knit blankets, but I keep in my mind deciding that, no, we can’t do full size ones. Well, why not? I love the pattern, and I love love love the way the colors ripple throughout the whole thing. Beautiful!! (I know I already said that; I don’t care — it is!!)

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    • Thanks! πŸ™‚
      I had the same qualms with a knit bed-sized blanket too! I was all iffy on the stretchiness of knit things, and if it would be strange to sleep with, but I am so happy I just hankered down and did it! The original pattern was for a throw, but I just adjusted to fit our bed by laying the pieces on and seeing how many stitches covered what amount of space.
      I am really happy with the way the colours ripple as well, very fitting I think! It reminds me of after sunset on a beach, when the sky is going purple, and there are a few clouds out πŸ™‚

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