I am the first to admit that I love knitting a blanket, even one made of earth.
The problem with a blanket is that the whole thing is quite cumbersome.
You need to get everything down, put it on a flat surface, and then tie the ends together.
But how can I get everything off the blanket?
A new invention has caught my eye.
“I am using a combination of my own ingenuity and a combination with the help of a friend of mine,” says Ramachandra, who is the founder of Aarti Dharaswamy and her own knitting group, “Aarti-Dharaswaram.”
Aartis is the name of the small village in India where Ramachandran lives.
She and her friend, Nandita, a designer and author, have created a knitting blanket called a Gravity blanket.
A piece of the blanket is tied together, with the outer part of the fabric pulled towards the blanket.
Then a loop is pulled in the opposite direction, bringing the inner part of fabric closer to the blanket, and the whole is then folded back into a double blanket.
It looks a bit like a big bag of stuffing.
The idea came to Ramachanda when she noticed that when she knitted a blanket she didn’t want to make the whole fabric pull away from the blanket; she wanted to make it pull away.
So she decided to tie a piece of fabric in two.
Ramachandra’s team has come up with a clever way to get the fabric off the back of the knitting blanket, by wrapping it with a pair of elastic.
They then cut a loop into the elastic and tie it to the knitting yarn.
Then they loop the elastic in the loop of the sewing machine, and sew it onto the back.
After the machine is running, the fabric is pulled towards a circular area where it is folded back to a double layer.
The team then sews the two layers together and ends up with an ingenious way of folding the blanket over itself.
I really like how the blanket looks.
I can make a double gravity weighted blanket using only a single yarn and the same needle.
It’s a nice surprise, and I’m really pleased with it.
This blanket has a lot of space for a single blanket, but is also really stretchy.
The space can be used for other things too, like a blanket or a rug, and it will take a lot less yarn than a double-weighted blanket.
Ramacharya says it will cost her between Rs 50 and Rs 100.
When it comes to a new project, Ramachandi doesn’t shy away from making something new.
She recently created a simple blanket for a baby girl.
Her daughter, who was born with a brain defect, needed her blanket, which was about 40% bigger than the normal size.
She was a little disappointed that the blanket she was making didn’t have enough space.
Ramakandran says, “She didn’t ask me why.
She didn’t care, and didn’t say, ‘This is too big for me.'”
Ramakandras blanket has been a hit in India.
The mother of five-year-old Kalpana is now a regular visitor to the sewing shop where she keeps making her blankets.
She has become so accustomed to making her own blanket that she will make it every day for the next two months.