Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Crocheting A Shell Afghan

I've done a bit of quilting the past few days, but mostly I've been working on this shell afghan.    It works up quickly, is easy to do, and it's fun.  The pattern is on my crochet blog, and sometime tomorrow I'll post a tutorial there, too.




If you are in the US, I hope you joined me in voting today.  I'm going to watch the outcome of the election tonight while I work more on my afghan.

 
Thanks for stopping by for a visit!  

13 comments:

  1. Shell afghan is so pretty. Love all the colors and how you arranged them. happy to hear you will be doing a tute. Thanks.
    Yes... I voted. I agree; it's important.

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  2. I love that afghan--one thing I never learned was crochet--alth' I love its look and feel. Will check out your tute tomorrow--and yes, we voted!! Julierose

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  3. Love the afghan! and yes, I voted.

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  4. We took advantage of early voting. Love crochet.

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  5. Very pretty! I am glad you are going to post a tute. I will have to add it to my list to make. For some reason I have been feeling the urge to make things with yarn. The weather has changed and it has started to get quite cool.

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  6. What a nice crochet project. I looked at tha pattern and it looks fairly easy to do, I guess I have to put that one on my to-do list.
    KATRIN W.

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  7. What a beautiful afghan! Just love the pattern you chose.

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  8. Love your afgan! Bet it's really comfy cozy when you're snuggled in it. Congrats on casting your vote. I got out of bed at 3am (Scotland time) to watch your election results come in. Not much sewing happening today.. I'm still pie eyed from lack of sleep! ;o)

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  9. That afghan is just lovely!
    Makes me want to find the crochet hooks that are around here somewhere and buy yarn!

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  10. Afghan is so colorful and beautiful...I really should expand my child-like crocheting skills...I can barely chain stitch and do consistent treble stitches, LOL! Your fall decorating has been so pretty to see!

    In stitches,
    Teresa :o)

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  11. Thanks for the tutorial of the shell afghan. Yours turned out very pretty.
    I voted and it only took about 10 minutes. See you next week!

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  12. I love a crochet shell afghan. They make me smile - special memories of a few I used to have.
    Thanks for the smile!

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  13. Woowww, ein wunderschöner Schal!
    Ganz liebe Grüsse Marie-Louise

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