yarnover wrote:Well pics aren't in my area of talent but at least this should not be blurry. Thank you Bernat for this oppurtunity. It has been fun.
crochetfanatic wrote:I finally figured out how to get a good picture of my CAL afghan. It's so big (at least 6ft square) I didn't have anywhere inside my house big enough to get a good picture of it. So I took it outside and laid it on the lawn and went up to the second floor porch to get a full shot of it.
npteach wrote:My finished CAL!! I used two Waverly colors, Celadon and Blue Gown. The other 3 colors are from my stash. I added color D to the border and mixed colors in the flower centers. This is the second CAL Mystery Afghan I have completed. They are so much fun!! I just love all the variety of finished afghans. While I didn't actively participate in the forum this time, it was a great support. Many of my questions were answered!! So thanks and great job, everyone!
whoisit wrote:Just wanted to say a big THANK YOU to Shandeh for locating my afghan picture on Flickr and then posting it here so it was easily available to be seen. I can't tell you the number of hours I tried and tried to get it to show up, even after resizing 3 or 4 times and somehow it wasn't resized by the time I got back to the Bernat Forum site. I guess I need a lot of computer help when it comes to doing certain things. Any way, Thank you, Shandeh and Bernat for a fun experience. I'm looking forward to next time!!!
paula123 wrote:My Goodness! I FINALLY finished my beast tonight! ...and I say that with all the affection in the world
I struggled alot with my border...and came up with something that I thought would accent the laceyness of the piece. The individual pieces were blocked as I did them, but I realize I should block the entire piece because of how I did the border.....just have to find a big enuf area to do it in....the bed is too small (as you can see...)
thanks to Bernat and those on this board for the advice and direction....I will definately do one of these again!
Star wrote:This is my very 1st afghan ever...actually it's my 1st project learning to follow a pattern (other than making a wash cloth) even. I guess when I decide to try something, I really dive right in. I have to admit that I am beyond pleased with myself and can't wait to start another project! =)
tcsgirl wrote:daverett wrote:Here's my finished project with the official edging. I'm considering a couple of different options for the edge, though; I think I'll try adding some color. Hey, if I don't like it at least I can frog it back to this point, right?
Oh my goodness! I gasped when I saw your afghan. All I'd ever seen was motifs made in a single colors, but when I saw how you did some motifs with centers one color and the outer rounds a different color...and then put them all together into an afghan....The effect is awesome! I think this method of incorporating more than one color in each motif really shows the detail of each motif well.
I can be glad I missed this CAL because I can see all of your finished afghans and this one is definitely a method I'm going to consider when I begin this afghan.
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