Finished projects

Finally! At Last! It’s About Time!

My niece graduated from high school last May and I just last night finished her graduation present. The weather is getting cool enough now, maybe she’ll need it at college!

The pattern is called “Southwestern Cables Afghan” designed by Karen Wolfram. My niece didn’t care about pattern or size; she just wanted something with yellow and bright colors. What looks like red is actually a Red Heart’s Shocking Pink. Why is it that pics taken inside do not always show the true colors?

Here you can see part of the reverse side.

It fits a full-sized bed just nicely. I hope my niece likes it. It is tightly wove, a very warm afghan! Should keep her warm at that north Georgia college.

I also found this scarf that I crocheted last spring. Miss Munchkin was going through a phase of wrapping ties and scarves and other pieces of clothing around her neck, so I made a scarf for her out of Bernat’s Softee Chunky, Circus.

There was enough yarn to make two, so this one is going on to my E-bay Store later today. The rule is a six-inch ruler, just to give you an idea of how long the scarf is.

1 Comment

  1. amy

    Wow! That blanket is a serious time commitment. Well done!

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