I wrote up a pattern for a rectangle granny square baby blanket and I'm waiting for it to be published, so in the meantime I figured I'd work on something similar on a larger scale. This is how far I am as of this morning on the rectangle granny square afghan that I'm playing with.
My rectangle granny is worked in black, aran, linen and light sage. I like the color combination as it reminds me of when I wore camouflage utilities for so many years while in the Marine Corps. ; )
Right now it measures approximately 29" x 54" and it is HEAVY! I'm not sure what the finished dimensions will be but I hope it works out because this would be a lot of frogging if it doesn't! As always, I'll publish the link to the free pattern when finished.
So ... what're YOU working on?
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