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Thursday, December 17, 2015

Blue Sea-Blue Ocean Afghan

 These 4 knitted panels from Mary Hoyt are very close in length and put together will become an afghan.  I love the mix of colors, the blocks and patches of various sizes.  Blues and Greens...almost a sandy green.  Made me think of the sand that churns up as the tide  goes in and out.  The Ocean and or Sea is sometimes green, sometimes blue, sometimes a mix.  Other times it's close to brown or brownish green or brownish blue.
A different view.  As I tossed the panels down I immediately put the solid greenish...sand panel next to the one where that color also appears.  But, after staring at these photo's awhile I think perhaps switching it up so it's not next to it...I think flip flopping the solid panel with the panel on the far right side might be a better option????

So far I'm thinking Blue Sea or Blue Ocean for the name.  Way in folks, what do you think?  I'm sure I have something in my stash to add a bit to panel closest to us in this picture to make it the same length as the other panels.  I really like the look and think this will be make an awesome afghan.  The yarn I think is a chunky yarn, it's quite soft with the stitches nice and close so it will be warm.

Let me know your thoughts folks.

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2 comments:

  1. Nice colors, Mary H. Blue Sea, Blue Ocean is a good name for the afghan. It will look good when it is put together. Did you finish Rusty Nails?

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    1. Not quite, but soon Sue. I generally have the next one going in my mind while finishing up the current one, lol

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