Sunday, April 14, 2013

Travel Afghan - Block #50

I can't believe that, after all these years, my Travel Afghan is so close to the end.  Of course, it'll probably be another year or two until it's totally finished but it's at the point now that I can curl up under it.  Block number 50 is finished, out of a total of 55 blocks, plus a border.  Just in time, too, as I'm heading to Santa Fe in less than three weeks for a girls' weekend.  All five of us are also knitters so it should be a blast and it will be so good to see my friends again.


Pattern:  Rambling Rows Afghan from Cottage Creations
I started with 80 stitches for my rectangle

Yarn:  Copper Corgi 100% Organic Merino Wool

  Needles: US 7 / 4.5 mm

Note:  I chose this yarn for the Savannah, GA block as it was dyed by Sarah, the owner of Copper Corgi, who lives in Savannah.  I like her yarns a lot and have used them often.  The color is "Spanish Moss", which is something you see hanging from the trees all over the area.

Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah

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