HAPPY CANADA DAY if you're celebrating today!
I mentioned in yesterday's post that I found a skein of yarn on the yarn crawl of Alberta stores last week for my Travel Afghan. As always, I was looking for something that would be a souvenir of the trip, something that was special to the shop or area. At River City Yarns in Edmonton I found yarns that were exclusive to the stores. I got my skein in their West shop.
The yarn is fingering weight so I had to double it for the block. It's a gorgeous yarn called "Adam and Eve". There were many pretty colors and I chose the beige shade with a hint of a pinkish color throughout. It's dyed by Handmaiden for River City Yarns.
I've now completed block #52 of the afghan - 3 more blocks, plus the border left to go.
Pattern: Rambling Rows Afghan from Cottage Creations
I started with 80 stitches for the rectangular block
Yarn: Adam and Eve from River City Yarns (west), Edmonton
81% Merino, 9% Cashmere, 10% Nylon, 100% Temptation
Fingering weight - held double
115 grams - 325 meters
26 stitches / 4 inches / 3.0 mm needles
Needles: US 7 / 4.5 mm