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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Once More, Around The Babette!

I’m almost done with the borders for The Babette!  I’ve done two rounds of the plum and three rounds of the medium pink color.  I’m going to do one more round of medium pink and then The Babette will be a Finished Object!  I think I’ve decided how to do the final round.  I was debating between just another round of double crochet or doing something different, but simple.  As much as this blanket has going on in it (lots and lots of different colors as well as different sized blocks), I don’t think a complex border is the right choice.

I can not tell you how excited I am to get this project all finished!  Max has already started burrowing under it while I work on it.  He knows what it is: a big, pink, cat warmer!  Surprisingly, though, this is not my oldest Work In Progress.  There is another one or two in the depths of my stash closet.

What’s your oldest Work In Progress?

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Anonymous Ginger said...

I have a sweater I started over 20 years ago. I reached the part where the fair isle would have started, put it aside until I could ask someone for help, since I wasn't familiar with the technique (and the internet wasn't really an educational option) and never went back to it. At this point, it would never fit even if I did finish it and I have misplaced the instructions anyway. Sooner or later, I'll frog the entire thing and send the yarn off to a new home.

9:32 AM  
Blogger Cheryl R said...

Officially, it is now a swatch!

4:53 PM  
Anonymous Alice in Portland said...

I have an afghan I started for my dorm room in 1963. I don't know why I chose brown and gold when the school colors were green and white. It's definitely time to frog it

7:44 AM  

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