S&T Sunday: Striped Afghan

My very first projects consisted of only one color. This is my first multicolor project and also my first huge (aka not a baby blanket) afghan.

It took two months to complete and is based off the “Stripy Throw” by Erika Knight pattern in her book, Simply Crochet.  It was also the first time I ever did a picot edging:

I don’t remember the colors, but this is all Red Heart Super Saver yarn. Cheap, yet warm- excellent for making afghans. Wool is so expensive, sadly. 😦 Anyway, this is the project that started my afghan kick, which I’m still riding out now.

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2 responses to “S&T Sunday: Striped Afghan

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog! You’re right, 30 in 30 is alot! I’m questioning my sanity. But, I have learned………and probably will continue to learn more from my challenge.
    Your granny square afghan is SO pretty. I don’t have the patience for anything with that many ends to work in!
    Love your blog, will be checking in again!

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