Granny Babette Afghan, in progress
I've been working away steadily on my Granny Babette afghan. This is a couch project. I can't be hauling around 50 skeins of yarn with me! As you can see by my progress, I sit on the couch quite often.
I'm LOVING how this project is coming together. By varying the sizes of the afghan squares, the pattern stays challenging and interesting. I'm joining the squares as I go, so I have to make color decisions on the spot...another challenge.
I've seen other Babette Afghans where the crocheter has planned the colors, usually limiting their palette to one color family. I do like that look, but I wanted this afghan to be a stash buster. I'm thinking of making another Babette in black, white and varying shades of gray (with a small punch of color) for our new bedroom. Sort of like this one.
I'll probably crochet two more sections for this blanket and add a border. It's really fun to work on!
WORLD WIDE KNIT IN PUBLIC DAY! Hope you can join us this Saturday!
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