Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Vanna's Choice Warm Up America Crochet Afghan

By September 13th, my afghan was really starting to come together. I was still looking for one final color of yarn in town and thought I'd have to order it online if I didn't find it soon. I had already started to stitch together the 7" x 9" blocks I had completed.


On Sunday the 18th, I checked out yet another craft store and found the silver blue yarn that had been so difficult to locate. The remaining 8 blocks were completed by Monday evening and everything was assembled Tuesday.


With the borders finally being added on, the afghan really started to look finished. Mr. LH was working late and I wanted to complete it before he got home. As soon as it was done, The Girl wanted to "try it out".


She said it was very cozy...




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3 comments:

Joy said...

That looks amazing! I love it.

Holly Hawkes said...

I'm currently working on this for my sister. Once I get the blocks attached in stripes what color should I use to attach the stripes together and also how? Oh and the only color I couldn't use was the Pea Green because it was discontinued. I substituted with Fern. :)

Trish said...

Hi Holly! I just slip stitched all the pieces together. First into vertical strips and then slip-stitched each strip to the next.