Here at last is my corner-to-corner garter stitch blanket. It started out to be a "Stegs" but I decided that finished and in use was better than eventually having a pointy knitted edge. Instead, it has a border of two rounds of half double crochet. Thanks to Bloo for her instructions (back in August) for making a corner-to-corner rectangle instead of a square.
Many of you will recognize the variegated Wool of the Andes a number of us got last year on a terrific deal. I used it double, with size 13 needles, and the colors worked out very nicely. Even better in real life than in the photo. The yarn for the edge was also a sale find mentioned on the blog. Thanks to those who've informed us of sales in the past so I could produce this and so many other items I've made for a4A.
May we all have a wonderful Thanksgiving remembering all we have to be grateful for.