Work-in-Progress Wednesday 27


A little more work on my blanket this week.  I caught up to the point I had torn out last week and even added a few new rows past that point (the 6 colors closest to the bottom of the photo).  I'm happy because I didn't work on it a whole lot this week and still am seeing really good progress.  I might just be on edging next week.  On one hand, very exciting.  On the other, I seriously could have been done with this blanket SO long ago!  Oh well, I guess!

Joining up with Yarn Along at Small Things & WIP Wednesday at Tami's Amis.


Marfa said...

It's just beautiful!!! I ♥ all the colours like a rainbow.

Karen said...

WOW! That is gorgeous! I love all the colors.

paula said...

Awesome colors! This week, I'm learning that done the way you want is much preferable to done when you want. Hang in there -- you've almost got it! :)

pattepoilue said...

I love how colorful it is! This is really awesome

Marie/Underground Crafter said...

It looks so great! I love the colors.

Kathleen said...

Awesome colours, and I loooove the texture, it looks so rich and snuggly somehow. I hope it cooperates and flies off the hooks for you. :)

I really need to pick another blanket pattern to do, I want a self-made snuggly blanket!

Minding My Own Stitches said...

Looks awesome! And how great that you're getting it done. It's an accomplishment no matter what the timeline. I often think that things get finished when they're meant to be!

Rachel Proffitt said...

It is a beautiful blanket- and once it is finished I am sure you will love it ;)

Nicky said...

It's a beautiful blanket. I love how vibrant the colours are!!!! Especially that cobalt blue.

MWitch3 said...

it looks awesome! I love how colorful it is!

Cheryl said...

Just beautiful. The colours are perfect.

autumngeisha said...

I love how you combined more earthy colors with pastels. So beautiful! I hope that you don't mind if I bookmark this for future color inspiration.

Mistea said...

The colours are gorgeous - Yay to be approaching completion. Totally feel the pain of un-ravelling.
Enjoy the warmth.

Karen said...

I love the colors - a great way to work on reducing the stash

blessings
Karen

ElisabethAndrée said...

Stripes, stripes, stripes in all lovely colors, I love them! Must be a nice project to work on!

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