I tucked my ends on all three afghans last night. Now I just need to throw them in the wash. I love all three of them for different reasons. The top one has a really nice weight to it. If that baby doesn’t feel cuddled when wrapped up in it, I don’t even know.
I like the modifications I made to the pattern for the second one–turning it into a rectangle, modifying the tops of the shells so they laid flatter.
And then I just love the fuck out of the pattern for the third afghan. So simple, but so good looking.
Now I’m ready to get started on the hand-dyed afghans. First up is my smallest niece:
There she is with the yarn we dyed at the beginning of the month. There’s the yarn after I wound it last night. And there’s my first square. Look how good that looks! I can’t wait to see how the rest of the yarn works up.
Betsy, i am enjoying your Afghan journey. They are amazing and I love that your niece has helped. Thanks for sharing! – Julie
I love that hand-dyed square!
I love her expression.
Also a fan of the afghan journey.