Kayro wrote:Just about through with my first clue 4. I have a dusty green and a dark brown. I was beginning
to think that the brown was too dark a contrast, but I think I'm going to like it. I've begun blocking a
few pieces, it's not near as much fun as knitting.
Thanks, Bernat, for another KAL, I learned SO much on the first one, who thought I could cable !!
What a great gift for my daughter, I know she'll be pleased.
I have dark grey for the first part of this clue, and black for the second .... and the contrast is increased by the ribs : vertical for the first half, and horizontal with the garter of the second half, and I found this first square
For the differences in the sizes, they are minimal : maybe the first part of clue 3 (and 4) are a bit larger and too soft, (I should have knitted with 5,5 instead of 6, just like I usually do for ribs on sweaters) but after sewing it'll be nice
, I'll embroider a motive in order to maintain the square in reasonable proportions !!!
This KAL will give a warm and soft afghan, and I know my son will appreciate the texture of the ribs and garter .... and I can see how he'll caress on fingertips this afghan before sleeping
, just as he did when he was young with the corners of his pillows
Only 3 more for this clue 4, and 2 for clue 3