Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Textured Blanket and By the Shores of Silver Lake


So my seed stitch afghan is officially



I kept ribbing by mistake and rather like
how it is turning out!



I am doing it with size 7 needles... 


My new goal is to learn how to do what I intend:
when I want to seed stitch and when I want to rib
instead of merely because I mixed up my knits and pearls!
I am going to add one more red yarn to this mix and then 
it will be 4 or so alternating colours like you see above.
I am really loving it!
I hope to add a border to it when it is finished.
I am thinking it may be a large lap blanket sized Afghan! 
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I finished Wilder's 
and just loved it!


I went to the Princeton Library booksale
last weekend and found the whole set in paperback! 
I can't wait to read them all!
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12 comments:

Reinventing Mother said...

I have done the same as well! The colors are beautiful!!!

October Rose said...

It is turning out to be lovely already! And those are such great books ... I reread them all last year and enjoyed them very much. :)

Heather said...

I think it looks lovely! And the colors look beautiful together :-)

Donna said...

And now it's your own design! It looks great so far. Enjoy the knitting!

harknessangels said...

I love it!

Laura at Beehive Rugs said...

The blanket is so fun, and I love all the LIW books. They are the best!!

Sarah said...

I love the colors for your blanket and mistakes - who cares? You're doing great! I just finished the Little House series and it was so different to read them as an adult - I took away so many different things that I had when I was young.

Elizabeth @ The Garden Window said...

I love all the Little House books :-) Did you know there is a new autobiography of Laura Ingalls Wilder called "Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography"?

Matushka Anna said...

I think "textured" blanket is great! :)

I reread the LIW books about once a year. Looking forward to your opinion of the rest of them!

CathieJ said...

A happy mistake that made a beautiful new design.

karen said...

beautiful afghan and I love how you changed the name, it's a lovely design and you invented it!

Apseed I said...

I like the colours of your lap blanket. And I dare to say, it looks even better with all that different stitches!