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Sunday, July 15, 2012

Sea and Sand Progresses

Sea and Sand may not look like it's larger when last you saw it; but...it is. The light gray section is complete (and is the largest section of the afghan), the next variegated section is almost complete. It traveled with me (in my suitcase, too big for the carry on) to Utah and back this past week.

Sorry I missed last week's YOP post, just couldN'T get it done from the hotel. We had spotty internet coverage for several days. And, we didn't spend much time indoors .

We were vacationing in Park City, Utah. Will be adding blog post to Traveling Suitcase too, feel free to visit.

This is a YOP post, badge and links in sidebar. Please join us, as travel together throughout the year helping and learning from another.

**Asking a favor folks, could you slide back a post. It's been awhile since I've done assigned blogging and am getting back into it. Could you help with some readership/support/comments, please and thanks**

14 comments:

  1. It;s good to get away from the computer for a bit. Hope your vacation was fantastic. Don't worry about blogging on time - after all this is supposed to be fun! Honestly I had great intentions of getting my YOP post done today, but it seemed wiser to actually finish the project instead of writing a post about not being done!!

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  2. I'm not a very good blogger yet either. I have good intentions but life gets in the way...I love your afghan..the colors are great...

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  3. I hope you had a fantastic vacation! And there's no "missing" posts...it's all when you have something to blog about and the free time to do so. Vacation is relaxation time :)

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  4. Sea and Sand looks wonderful...the colors are perfect and match their namesake perfectly!

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  5. Thanks so much Robin, Sue, Nicole and Mary for your visits and encouraging comments. I sure do appreciate it.

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  6. I love that blanket, I think I might have to make myself one.

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  7. Hope you had a great break and of course you couldn't be blogging you were out and about exploring. I really love the look of sea and sand, the colours, the name, probably beacuse I could do with a little sea air right about now. I always have a need to see the sea lol.

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  8. That's beautiful, Sandy, really lovely. I'm happy to see you on YoP again this year :)

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  9. Those variegated sections really bring the tones on either side together, don't they? It's coming along nicely and it must be the perfect travelling project (as long as the car's air-conditioned)!

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  10. I love how the blanket is coming on. All the colours look so good together and the feather and fan stitch is perfect for it :)

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  11. I like your blog. I am following now. Thanks for visiting my blog too. I agree with the other comments. Blogging is fun, but taking breaks is allowed too. :)

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  12. I love that afghan, and Im so jealous how quickly you knit them up!

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  13. Such pretty colors in your afghan-it must be getting pretty big if it didn't fit in our carry on bag! I hope your vacation was glorious in every way.
    *smiles*

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  14. I do like this afghan and cannot wait to see it when it is finished. the colours are beautiful and blend so well together. You have such a good eye for colour. I admire the selfless work you do for other people. May your God bless you.

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