Wow, Jewel, that's fantastic! We would love to do whatever we can to help you with your afghan. The knit afghan would be easier for you to make. How do you read patterns? Does somebody explain them to you, or do you use a screen reader or a brailler? We can adapt the pattern to make sure you understand it completely, just let us know how it would work best for you.
You will need five shades of yarn. I will give you the knit information now, but if you change your mind just let me know and I'll provide you with the crochet information instead. The five shades are called Contrast A, Contrast B, Contrast C, Contrast D, and Contrast E.
You will need 4 balls of Contrast A. It's the highlight shade and possibly one of the most prominent shades in the afghan. It will also be used as the border to frame the afghan.
You will need 3 balls each of Contrasts B, C, D, and 2 balls of Contrast E. They will be mellow blends. They should go well with each other and contrast nicely with Contrast A. The effect of all these shades together is the look of a time-worn quilt.
We have recommended shades in each of the Waverly for Bernat lifestyles, but if you would like some help from the community here I'm sure we can find some shades that match what you would like!
Temperature Scarf KAL: Bernat Satin, corrugated ribbing.