Sunday, November 29, 2015

Loving Round Ripples...


This past week saw the finish of the first Round Ripple Baby Blanket that I started a couple of weeks ago.  I went bold and bright for this one and, hopefully, someday a little one will enjoy the colors and snuggly warmth of this fun blanket.


With Thanksgiving preparations this past week I didn't manage to crochet much else, but we did have a nice little celebration with the extended family on Thursday.  We hosted and everyone pitched in for a scrumptious feast.   Mmmm-Mmmm

And now I'm focusing on finishing up some projects that have been lingering (a Linen Stitch Scarf and an Arrowhead Afghan).  And waiting in the wings (actually sorted into a box) is yarn that is stocked and ready to become a Kilim Throw.  The Kilim looks so fun to make, I'm telling myself the Arrowhead Afghan needs to be finished before starting another larger blanket.  Let's see if I can keep that resolve...

Close up of the detail on the Arrowhead Blanket


Come see what other Yoppers are working on this week in our Ravelry thread.  




9 comments:

  1. That is a wonderfully bright afghan! I love it!

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  2. Love the bright cheery ripple blanket and the close up of the Arrow head, I like the texture in that picture!

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    1. Thanks, Ruth. I, too, love the texture of the Arrowhead Blanket. It's an easy project and I'm looking forward to hooking away on it now that it's chilly weather :^)

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  3. What a beautiful blanket, it is sure to be treasured very soon. Gorgeous colours.

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  4. Wow! You are fast!!! The construction of the blanket looks so interesting, perfect for color experiments!

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