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Sunday, 5 October 2014

mystery afghan knit-a-long/week 7

Another week and 6 squares for knit-a long, designed by Martin Storey for Rowan, completed.

Only 6 squares more, followed by a trim, and then making up.

The end is in sight!

Rowan are starting a new mystery knit-a-long, this time designed by Kaffe Fassett, just in case you are tempted.
As for me - I will be happy if I'll finish this one :-)

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Hanna said...

Dar Radka,
I am looking forward to see how it Looks like when it is finished -

Anneliese said...

Again beautifully knitted - there will still be much work ....I just finished my cardigan - it dragged on on on - but now I am wearing it.

l'alternativa said...

Che meraviglia Radka!!!!!!! Complimenti anche per l'ottima scelta dei colori. Baci

Helen said...

Just lovely knitting blocks !

Jane in Wales said...

Your knitting is beautiful, it will look lovely when it is all finished.

Gudrun said...

Beautiful,looking forward...
Hugs Gudrun

Juliettecherry said...

Lovely combination of colour and pattern. Almost done always a relief but after a rest maybe you might look forward to another one?

The Kaffe Fassett one might be fun, I like his colourful patterns.

margaret said...

such even tension you have very nice and so looking forward to seeing it complete

Elisabetta said...

Wonderful I love the colours!!

Yvonne W said...

I love the way these squares are coming along. Might do them one day-- should have downloaded the patterns when they were available. Looking forward to seeing them all together.

Katherine said...

Almost there. I love seeing them and sure you are not going to dive right back in and start the next one! Kaffe loves using colour and texture doesn't he. I can remember some of the jumpers from the late 80s or early 90s.

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