So we have now been stay at home/ work from home since March 16th
We are still dealing with the kitchen flood, we took the opportunity to have some lights installed in our game room so those are done, and drywall repair and painting is now done as well. Hopefully Monday or Tuesday the flooring will go in.
In the meantime as well as working I have been knitting on the traveling afghan project
But, I decided to check YAYB (yet another yarn bag) in the craft cave and lo and behold an old forgotten project on some longer metal needles, no one knows what it was supposed to be when fully formed so off it came and I knitted my poor little block onto the new needles
I am about halfway done and getting psyched up to start block 2, clearly it won’t take as long as this one 🙂
I grabbed this because it had a few rows on my size 8 needles which is what I needed for this 1st afghan block, but the more I see it the more I love it. I am not generally a fan of yellow, but this one is really growing on me. My original plan was to use different colors of whatever I have for each block but now I am giving serious thought to making more in this same color. What do you think?
I have many jillions of different colors of the Lily Sugar and Cream (of which this yellow is one)
So the Traveling Afghan block 2 pattern is now available. So that is exciting except it looks way more complicated than I’m ready for and due to multiple restarts I am on row 10 of the first block… Again.
It does seem a bit neater this time around, I think this is try number 4?
So I will power through and finish this one and try to find my knitting cheat sheet book and figure out how to knit from a chart (sweet jesus)
I stumbled on a post the other day for an international knit/crochet along project sponsored by Lion Brand and hosted by Two of Wands Please click links above for a kit and full details on the traveling afghans
I was intrigued and shared the link with my mother. She has opted to do the crochet while I will do the knitting.
I will be posting pictures of my progress here, there will be a new pattern every two weeks for your knitting or crocheting pleasure. By the end, we will have 24 10×10 squares to put together in a 4×6 configuration. If you decide to join in, shoot me a message and let me know, we can work together!