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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Half Way There!

 Well, finally I can say I'm half way done with this feather and fan afghan (Sea and Sand).  I've thought before I was half way...in terms of the color layout etc, but then I would measure it and go back to the drawing board with what section, what color to do next etc.  The brown variegated you now see on the needles is the half way point.  From here forward I'll be doing the reverse with variegated sections between the larger light gray, dark gray, and tan sections.  Though the variegated sections up and coming aren't the same, the colors blend, so am hopeful it will look planned and not look like a grab this and that to put it together.  Late getting this post up for Work in Progress Wednesday; but at least I made it this week.  Been behind with my WIPW, FOF, and YOP Sunday meme's.
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8 comments:

  1. Hello Sandy,
    Your blanket looks promising, I like the stitchpattern. Ripples are always pretty don't you think?
    Have a nice day!

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  2. Your afghan is coming beautifully! I love the colors so so much!
    You have a lovely day!
    Hugs, LS

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  3. Ooooo, I love this.

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  4. Hi Sandy,
    I have enjoyed looking at your work---it is beautiful. I have also enjoyed reading your blogs. I was wondering if you could tell me what kind and what color yarn you used in the scarf 4cccc.blogspot.com. It is a varagated red and black yarn and I am having trouble finding it. Thank you so much for hour help. Thank you and have a great day.Carol

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  5. Your afghan looks very pretty. I like the colors. A friend tried to teach me how to knit and I couldn't get it. Maybe I'll try again someday. :)

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  6. You are a great knitter...it's just the basics for me! I do hope to get a lot done on the kintted prayer shawl I am making over this next week.

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  7. I really really like the colors you used. Lovely!

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