This is my current project. It's an afghan. I've got three panels completed and sewn together and three in the works (two on the circular needles and one on the straight needles). Only one more to go after that. I've started other afghans in the past, but never finished them because it seemed to take forever. I'm sticking with this one though. I hope everyone has a good evening and a great, Fourth of July tomorrow!


Blogger Misty said...

Welcome to Blog World. Good Luck with your project.

Stop by sometime and leave a comment.

Love to see your project finished.

10:39 PM  
Blogger C-Nosuke said...

No idea how to knit, but It'ls lookin good! Is it just me, or does your design take a sudden change on the very lift one. The other line suddenly links with the middle. It seems unlike anything else.
Have fun in your project!

10:41 PM  
Blogger Sean said...

Welcome to the blog-o-sphere. You've done a GREAT job. Congratulations. The afghan is terrific! And I hear your pain regarding finishing an afghan. I started a granny square afghan 3 years ago and I still only have 7 squares! It was supposed to be an in between-project, project. The only thing is I already have so many in between projects!

Take care!

6:38 AM  
Blogger Calvin said...

C-Nosuke, You have a very good eye. It is a mistake that I made and since it occurred at a point where I was doing a cross-over with a cable needle, I decided leave it. It would be too much trouble to undo it. I figured that I can live with a mistake in the pattern. Take care.

10:13 AM  
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2:24 AM  
Blogger eLf ideas said...

Dear Calvin,

Welcome to the blogging world.

I look forward to reading more of your thoughts.

Just write about anything at all. Readers abound. Even one of the most well-renowned novel started with a seemingly senseless phrase..."In a hole in the ground..."

2:27 AM  
Blogger Slang said...

Welcome to the world of blogging. I find it relaxing to come in and bang around the keyboard a few times a week. Don't worry about finding things to write about. Any and every topic is fair game in blogging.

The afghan looks great! Keep us posted on the progress.

12:56 PM  
Blogger baldjeff said...

Welcome to the blog universe my dear friend. So happy that you have one of these now. I think you will find that they can be addicting. Can't wait for your next post!

1:51 AM  
Blogger ~drew emborsky~ said...

Cool afghan!

10:47 AM  

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