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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Pastel Jewels Afghan

Afghan in the works. I'm having trouble coming up with a name for this one. Love some ideas. Some squares are pastels, others are jewel tones. Pastel Jewels seems a bit lame. Anyone have any ideas? Some squares are knitted, most are crocheted. There's a bit of size difference, but I believe with edging and a good blocking once done it will work out fine. I'm working with donated squares from Bridge and Beyond. The finished ghan will be donated for Project, "Welcome Home."
A start with some of the squares edged. Little note card shows my color arrangement so I don't have to rely on memory when I get ready to join. Though generally I look at my picture, this gives me the ability to join some away from home.

I'm also working on November Cloth, but haven't taken a photo.

Happy Work in Progress Wednesday to you all.

9 comments:

  1. I'm rubbish at naming my projects - they usually end up the same as the pattern name ;)

    I kinda like Pastel Jewels, but how about Ice Cream Carnival (like I said, I'm not very good at the naming thing!)

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  2. Thanks for idea pinkundine, like carnival...not sure about ice cream....colorful carnival?

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  3. It reminds me of a chart of birth stones.

    You are so generous. I make sure I do at least one charity project a year. This year I made over 30 squares for charity.

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  4. The squares are beautiful and the blanket will be so well loved. It should have a name like Wrapped in Love blanket.

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  5. Looks like you've got lots of great naming ideas already. It's very colourful and happy, isn't it?

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  6. It looks great! The white edging will be very nice on it.

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  7. How about "Kaleidoscope"? Reminds me of a kaleidoscope of colors. Thanks for sharing it on my WIP Wednesday.

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  8. I was thinking birthstone colors when I looked at the ghan which is where jewels came from. Love the name Kaleidoscope but used it awhile back on another ghan.

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  9. Looks like you are off to a great start assembling your blanket. You are quite the expert with all of the blankets you have done in the past!!

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