dogfoster wrote:Saved the last half of the final border to finish when the puppies get up at 5 AM this morning. And miscounted some of the previous round from last night. Each and every clue I vowed to double check each round before I continued on with the next Hmmm...Anyway , all the motifs are finally finished! It will be so much fun to see how they are all fitted together. Now to finish that baby blanket. Hopefully that should go quickly but these little muddy puppies are getting into everything, hope it clears up for a while so they can spend more time outside. My washing machine has been broken for about two months now. I don't mind washing by hand, but it has been raining so much I cannot hang them outside. Lots of mud everywhere!
I have enjoyed this CAL very much and reading all the posts by everyone. My thoughts are with those who are having difficult times, especially those with family members who are in poor health. This CAL has been rather relaxing for me as I have been facing challenges with family members these past few months too, something pleasing about working in rounds.
Carolee wrote:For some reason I really had problems with this motife I ripped every single one out at lease three time !! My mind is in the clouds
gruvey9 wrote:Definitely do... What's that saying... You have nothing to fear but fear itself
thismomknits wrote:I am a bit nervous about this afghan. Some are VERY tight and thick and others (like clue 6) are extremely loose and open. I am concerned that this is not going to make a usable afghan.
dkcrocheter wrote:So I was so excited, got Clue 6 all completed, and low and behold, I did them all in the same color instead of doing 4 in one color and 2 in the main color. Do you think it will matter or should I go ahead and do two more in the main color, and as instructed I can always do something with the "extra" two that I made.
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