Saturday, September 5, 2009

10 comments:

Pearl said...

Great question. I'd love to know the answer to it too.

I have four blankets completed. One is too large, so I'll hold onto it (50 inches). Don't know if I should start another one or stop and work on something else.

duraknit said...

Ann is traveling for a couple of days; I emailed, and will post her answer if I get one.

--Elizabeth

Pearl said...

Thanks. I've gone on to a project or two for Pine Ridge while we wait.

Reed said...

I've got 2 and 1/2 blankets done. This week I'm doing emergency knitting of a hat and scarf for my youngest grandsons birthday. And, my daugher-in-law washed/felted a wool blanket I knitted for her son...so...I'm going to do a corner to corner blanket for him in acrylic (Super Soft Shadow yarn) ASAP.

duraknit said...

I heard from Ann, and there's no specific goal. That being said, I've never heard of a campaign when they received too many. . .

Elizabeth

Pearl said...

Thanks for the update.

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Judy said...

I have started a blanket using a pattern I think I got here for one of the earlier campaigns. It has stripes of garter stitch stripe pattern made with two strands of worsted wool -- edge is garter stitch and main part is 8 rows garter followed by 8 ss rows. I seem to have quite a bit of leftover similar texture and gage wool in blues and greens -- hopefully enough to get to the 40" length as the width is good on what I have finished. I'll take a pic when I get a little further along.

NCVirginia said...

Hi Everyone,
I'm supposed to be touring Athens, Greece, but my husband has a severe toothache and, thinking of y'all, I'm waiting until he feels better and passing time by finishing up a pair of socks. I had to leave the blanket I'm working on back in the states. Wish I had it here with me now, but I'm certain socks will be needed again sometime. Hope everyone is doing well.
NCVirginia

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