Saturday, January 1, 2011

Here's a blanket in process. This is my knit-while-watching-a-movie project, and it looks like it'll be big enough for the Afghans for Afghans winter youth campaign:


The yarn is a single-ply fair trade from Nepal bought on sale through the group SERRV. It's a bit rough but the swatch softened and fluffed up nicely.


Kathy said...

I should mention that I'm contributing this through the Wool-Aid Ravelry group.

MargoLynn said...

Nice! I am doing a 10-stitch blanket in Noro Kureyon, but I love how it looks in the solids. Your colours are great!

Carol E. said...

Oh, I know about SERRV! I'll have to check out their yarn.

holly said...

That SERRV yarn was a huge bargain. It just won't quit. I've made two vests in purple and orange stripes and now I'm using the rest of the purple with some odds and ends of greens and yellows.

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