Thank you all for your great comments about your favorite afghans to make! It was really fun to read all of your comments. And thank you for all the great compliments on the Amada Baby Blanket. I’m so glad it’s been well received.
But, let’s get to the drawing! I numbered the 23 comments I received in order, and then went to Random.org to use their Random number generator.
Congrats to Monica! Who says…
Big and lacey all the way! I tend to have short attention span on projects, so having a pattern that goes quick is my favorite.
Monica, shoot me an email (or use the contact form) to send me your email address and I’ll pass it on so we can get you your ebook!
So, let me answer my own question…
I live in Florida, so I love motif blankets. It is too hot here to work on big afghans throughout most of the year. So motifs make it so I can get the bulk of the work done without too much in my lap. Then I can sit at a table and get the motifs joined and into a big afghan.
Now, I also love quick blankets. My go-to pattern for “I don’t know what kind of blanket I want to make but I need a blanket quick” is a giant granny square. I can do those without even looking at what I’m doing, and it’s quick and mindless.
I have some more blog posts brewing, so as soon as I can grab some time to write, you’ll see those. As I hinted at a few weeks ago, I’m knitting now and doing pretty well. Don’t worry, I will always be primarily a crocheter. But I can see how both art forms have their pros and cons.Posted by Tracie Barrett | 4 comments