If you refer to the post from January you will see the start of this blanket. I started off with 4 squares and joined them using the join-as-you-go method. Not knowing how far the yarn would go I just kept going round and round until I came to the last of the donated balls.
Another blanket finished, yahoo!!! It's amazing what you find when you organize your stash... LOL The variegated yarn was left over from a project I finished a some time ago. There was just enough yarn left over to complete this blanket.
I just stumbled upon a blog that has some wonderful afghan patterns that you can download. Check out Mama's Stitchery Projects.
Recently I needed to reorganize some of my stash and I came across a bit of neon yellow, some variegated yarn and a ball of red and voila this is the result. One of my goals for this summer is to make a dent in my stash. I’m running out of room...LOL
If you are interested in the rectangle granny square afghan the pattern can be found at
Dalyce Newby – I’ve been the area volunteer for the Greater Toronto & Area chapter since 2001. My primary crafts are crocheting and knitting. I also have an interest in scrapbooking and I'm currently working on a heritage album.