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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Blue Sky Afghan Design




Blue in about every shade possible is shown above, and so I name this designed and waiting to be assembled afghan Blue Sky.  Is my friend, Sandie P out there...she loves blue so I thought of her when designing this one.  If you've missed the last handful of posts, you may not know I dumped squares in the living room and went at it again...designing like a made woman, bagging and tagging ghans to work on.  I probably will edge and assemble this with an ivory/beige.  Notice how many different sizes there are.  I still have plenty of squares from before I asked for 8 x 8 inch squares only.

I often do the traditional diagnal design when I have multiple squares of the same size or color; but with lots of variety I tend to like to spread the color around.  More patch worky...is that a word?  There's one lone knitted square above, others are sampler squares, and some are traditional granny squares.  Do you see any of your squares above?

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7 comments:

  1. Blue sky is sure to be a beauty Sandy just like the beautiful blue sky we are having here in NJ this morning! Blue skies always lift ones spirit and so I can imagine this Afghan will do just that for its future family. SO IMPORTANT! Plus a wonderful gift of warmth. This one is sure to be a winner!

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  2. marj in minnesotaApril 27, 2013 at 8:20 AM

    Love all the blue. This is going to be lovely no matter how you finish it, cant go wrong. What a wonderful gift. Blue skies here too in MN ,today we are having our first spring weekend in the 70s. What a beautiful way to start the day.I am sure this will fit well into anyones new home.

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  3. Blue Sky is a great name. That afghan will be loved. Bright blue sky here in MI also this morning.

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  4. Today in the mail (which just came) I received my contest winnings from Sandy! THANK YOU SANDY!! The beautiful wool is going to be so much fun to work with! This wool is new to Me .and a combination of wool with acrylic so that it can be washed in the machine. I am looking forward to experimenting with it and hope to make more mittens for Bridge and Beyond and maybe a pair of socks for me! THANKS AGAIN SANDY!!! Ladies do enter the contests.......they are worth it!!

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  5. I love the way you put afghans together. This will be beautiful.

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  6. I need to learn how to put together squares.

    Love these colors, too.

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