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Goal: 36
Start: #28
Current: 29

Saturday, March 31, 2018

Blanket of Many Colors.

When I started this afghan, I had only a few balls of yarn and thought perhaps I'd make squares to join together, but changed my mind and periodically bought another color I liked.  It's knitted all in garter stitch, binding off a section then picking up stitches to go another direction.  It's made with washable wool, Plymouth.  It's a nice change for the hands after the last 2 afghans from acrylic.  Acrylic makes wonderful afghans, and is durable; it's just a bit harder on the hands while knitting or crocheting.

Had fun finding bright cherry colors.  Had initially called this another eclectic afghan, but since I've already used that name.  Thought of Blanket of Many Colors which several folks said they liked better.........so there you go.

This will be donated to Homeless Families Foundation, like all of our afghans.  

It's being dried/blocked here in the picture.  It's not stretch out quite as well as I would have liked; but...Dear Hubby did this for me, as I am not mobile.  Currently in a boot, non weight bearing due to a broken bone in my foot.  So, I thank him for his efforts.  The afghan is quite large, soft, warm and very bright and cherry...even if not stretched quite enough to be super straight.

**The counts on our progress bars are current. Percentages are current.  All donations regardless of size and number are valued. All donations are appreciated. The Power of One is awesome, and when we work together The Power of One becomes The Power of Many.


  1. So sorry about your broken bone! Thank you to hubby for helping out. At least you can crochet and knit! Love the multi colored afghan. Great job!

    1. I know, Sandie if I didn't have the knitting and crocheting...the time with foot up would be LONG. At least I can be productive.

  2. Sorry to learn about your broken bone! I hope you heal fast. The blanket of Many Colors is so bright and will make someone happy to have it to stay warm.

    1. Thank you Sue, appreciate your visits, and kind comments.

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    1. My Mom always loved yellow and gold, said yellow was a happy color and I tend to agree. Was a fun blanket to make with all the colors.


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