June 3, 2012

Turqua Shell Afghan Finished

I started this afghan in April and got about 3/4 of the way finished, then put it up as I was working on other things (some crochet, some not).  We had a week or so of unseasonably hot weather and there was no way I was going to work on a full sized afghan across my lap when the temp in the house was close to 90.  It's been much cooler the last few days, so I snatched the opportunity to finish this afghan.

I'll take it outside for better photos before listing on Etsy, but here is the finished product.

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Turqua shell afghan

The color is Red Heart's Turqua, which is somewhere between aqua and turquoise, and I used my own Classically Simple Shell pattern, except I worked HDC instead of DC for the non-shell rows.

The only thing left to do is work in a few ends from where I attached a new skein of yarn and that won't take but a minute or two.

I've got a small order for some facecloths and makeup remover pads but need to buy the yarn for that, so I'm off to my stash to see what I can make next!




10 comments:

Sharon GARDNER said...

Very pretty. Love that color.

Susan said...

Very nice!

Susan said...

Very nice!

Glory Lennon said...

Very pretty.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful pattern and color! ~MarieInMaine~

Sandy said...

It looks fabulous, love the color! Know what you mean about the weather, it's been way too hot, then cold...back and forth, Crazy.

homeschooljewelrymom said...

Beautiful blanket! I love the color; I keep looking at it when I go to the store. Great job!
Blessings,
Kate

Katie B said...

Very pretty! The color is gorgeous.

homeschooljewelrymom said...

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Thanks!
Kate

Linda - Nickers and Ink said...

Love the color! Hey, I use my washcloths EVERY DAY. Love 'em. Thanks again.

Congratulations on the Kreativ Blog Award. Amy gave it to me too. Wanna see who I picked to receive it next? Check out my choices!

Blessings,
Linda Ann