Anchorage Afghan 2.0
Monday December 09th 2019, 11:00 pm
Filed under: Family,Knitting a Gift

Scratching that itch again to get something finished and finally off the needles.

It had needed a dozen rows of seed stitch to top it off. That’s all.

I don’t love knitting seed stitch; I just like how it looks when I do.

There, that wasn’t so hard, was it?

(A detail I added this time: on the first round of pines, I started each tree one right-side row later than the one to its left in order to give a sense of the hilly topography. I liked how it came out a lot better than the original flat-across version.)



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Yay! Beautifully done and ready to fly!

Comment by Ruth 12.09.19 @ 11:09 pm

Gorgeous project, happy baby, happy grandmother!

What’s not to love??

Comment by Suzanne in Montreal 12.10.19 @ 6:39 am

Fabulous! And what a happy granddaughter!

Comment by DebbieR 12.10.19 @ 11:57 am

How lovely! What a warm, appropriate and useful gift. Good for memories through when she goes off for college!

Comment by Holly 12.11.19 @ 8:30 am

The blanket is beautiful, and so is the baby!

Comment by ccr in MA 12.11.19 @ 4:26 pm

That is most certainly going to be a cherished blanket. Well done!

Comment by twinsetellen 12.15.19 @ 6:05 pm

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