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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Designing Spring Garden Afghan

Drum roll....please.  This is the last afghan I designed during the last marathon multi-day design craze.  Thinking of calling this one Spring Garden (though I do need to check and see if I've used that name before)I know I have a fair amount of yellow in my stash, but I don't think it's the right shade, so...either I use beige or go yarn shopping.  I hate to buy more yarn, as I really try to use my stash....it's pretty substantial...least as of the writing of this scheduled post.  Who know's what yarn will be used before this one gets edge and assembled?

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6 comments:

  1. marj in minnesotaMay 28, 2013 at 6:35 AM

    Another good one Sandy. Lots of bright girlie colors. Especially like the yellow. This will definitely be a nice addition to some little girls room.

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  2. I agree Marj! Love that bright sunny yellow! Are all the squares in this one the same size Sandy? You have now designed so many that you can't possibly have too many squares left in your stash?!? I feel a very busy summer coming on with joining all these squares! Can't wait to see all the finished projects! Good luck!

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  3. Nice job Sandy! Love this afghan too! You do such a great job of putting afghans together. I wish I had you imagination. Keep up the good work.

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  4. Thanks Marj, Sally, and Sherry. I too like the yellow and think it really makes it. I actually do still have a good number of squares...

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  5. Spring Garden is nice & cheery.

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  6. Lovely colors for a ghan..how about calling it Flower Power?

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