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Friday, June 22, 2012

Scrap Afghan Part 3






With all the crocheting I've been doing I've managed to gain more squares for the scrap afghan I want to make.  Not really sure how many more squares I need before I can start putting it together.  Maybe 100?  Since I want this to truly be an afghan of scrap squares, I have to finish projects and then use the leftover yarn.  I have more than enough yarn in different colors to finish making squares right now but I kinda feel like that would be cheating.  So hopefully in the next few months I can get some more hats done for Bridge and Beyond and have enough leftover yarn to finally start joining the squares.

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  1. Beautiful colourful squares!
    Angeliki

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  2. It looks as though you could start putting it together already, you have a good balance of colours there and it would save you having to join them altogether at the end. :)

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    1. I measured a few of the squares last night and they were actually bigger than I originally thought so I think I have almost enough to finish. Although that will have to wait until August when my visitors have left.

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  3. They're very pretty! I love all the colors. My yo-yo project is similar; plenty of yarn to finish, but I'd rather use more colors and scrap yarn than finish it with what I have in stash.
    Great job!
    Blessings,
    Kate

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    1. Glad to see I'm not the only one that waits to use up leftover yarn.

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  4. Lovely! Very colourful! : )

    Both projects are good incentives to create more beanies and make more square for the scrap afghan.
    It is what I call or I heard from my son "Win Win" situation.

    Have a lovely weekend Katie! : )

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    1. Thanks! I can't wait to finish it!

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  5. You have alot of squares there - looks good. :)

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  6. So beautiful and bright colors.. I made 28 crochet circles as you did. But I think I have to make more circles... Yours is very beautiful..
    Happy weekend...:))

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    1. Thanks! Small squares and circles are fun to make because they take hardly any time to complete.

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  7. Great idea! You will have plenty of scraps before you know it. Amazing how fast they pile up! haha

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  8. Just wanted to stop by and say hello. I may not comment but enjoy your posts. Stay cool!

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  9. Its amazing really how fast these type of motifs pile up. It is such a great way to use up bits of leftover yarn and of course the combination of colours makes it all that much brighter.

    Looking good!

    Amanda :-)

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    1. Katie,
      Pop into my blog when you can please. I have a giveaway on the go and its open to everyone. I'd hate you to miss it :-)

      Keep well

      Amanda x

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  10. Katie, I never popped over to thank you for nominating me for the sunshine blog award. I ment to do it at the time, but it totally slipped my mind. Thank you sweetheart, I'm so grateful. have a great weekend, your afghan is looking fab! Keep up the good work. Love Katie xxxx

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  11. Me encanta el colorido de tantos granys juntos, son preciosos, te va a quedar una espectacular manta y llena de vobraciones buenas con tan bonitos colores!
    abrazos!

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