Thursday, December 27, 2012

Holiday Cables Throw


IMG_2872IMG_2874Its finished!  The Red Heart Holiday Cables Throw.  I did change it a bit as I didn't make the center panel as the pattern called for but did it to match the side panels and I put a different edging and all around it.

I loved making this.  I learned some new stitches that I had never done before ... cables, arrow ... and so easy to do.   Who would have thought!  Another aran in the future for sure.

Now to finish my wool eater ... and, ummmmm, I did start another afghan.  You know I just have to.   Its the blackberry salad striped blanket.  I've been eyeing this for quite a time.  Its going to be a nice change from my other projects.

The temperatures have significantly dropped, thankfully the roads were good despite the amount of snow.  Stay warm and safe. 


14 comments:

  1. How beautiful!!! I love it! And the one you about to do, I did this past year, and LOVE it!!!
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  2. Awesome! I love it. Now I've gotta dig mine out of the UFO pile and start working on it again. :)

    Oh, the new afghan you gave the link for is too cute.

    Blessings always dearest friend.

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  3. Amazing! Can't wait to see your "Salad" afghan. TFS
    Eileen:)

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  4. It's beautiful Glor. The blackberry salad one looks like a fun pattern too. Looking forward to watching your progress. Happy New Year! Heather

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  5. It turned out absolutely gorgeous!!

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  6. Absolutely GORGEOUS! I tend to prefer quick gratification projects and have only finished one afghan in my life, so I really admire you for your afghan making skills! :)

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  7. I have wanted to try a cable afghan but haven't found a pattern that I like yet. Love yours!

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  8. you did a beautiful job on this..you must have the patience of Job...Winter wonderland has arrived here, it is so pretty here in the park today..I wish I would have remembered my cameara...

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  9. It's beautiful! Having it in one color certainly helps to show off all those lovely stitches. Sending warm wishes your way, Tammy

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  10. YOU DO SUCH WONDERFUL WORK. I NEED TO LEARN MORE STITCHES... WINTER HAS SURELY ARRIVED HERE TOO...IT'S BEEN COLDER THAN USUAL.. HAPPY SUNDAY WITH LOVE JANICE

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  11. Beautiful work..:)) Happy New Year to you :))

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