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Monday, November 28, 2016

Another Blanket

Meditative blanket 
After finishing my Carson Throw, I now only have one blanket going - The Meditative Blanket.  I got it out over the weekend after Thanksgiving was over and added another row of squares.  I now have 11 rows (by 24 wide).  The initial goal was to go to 36 rows, but if I still have yarn left, I might just keep going.  I've got a couple of skeins set aside for the border, but I've got a ways to go before I even have to think about that.

I plan on keeping this as my only blanket project until it's finished.  Two blankets going at once feels like a bit much for me.  I'm really enjoying working one square at a time versus knitting rounds of 1000 stitches each.  Also the fingering weight yarn in crochet feels very different from the bulky weight yarn in knitting.  I prefer the smaller yarns (although the finished Carson Throw is super squishy and thick).   I'll weave in the ends from this row before I start the next row, I just haven't gotten to them yet!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is SO pretty!

Reminds me of The Coziest Memory sock yarn blanket, but in crochet!

11:56 PM  
Blogger Susie B said...

Both of them are so pretty. Just what I needed to see after the tragedy at Ohio State yesterday. For all of us on campus, it was scary.

8:10 AM  

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