Happy September everyone! I hope the summer was good to everybody. I live in southern Ontario and it was a hot, humid sticky mess of a summer. We had some pretty big storms, but I can't complain about that when the rest of the world is really feeling some nasty conditions. My heart goes out to all in Pakistan and I hope they will get the help they need soon. And in these last few days there have been earthquakes everywhere. What is going on in this world? The man upstairs is upset about something...
On to today's post blogworld. I have FINALLY finished the wavy ripple afghan for my wonderful cousin!! I call it the beast, and since I worked on it so much despite the heat it was the summer of the beast for me lol. This afghan is by far the biggest project to date that I have finished. I am so happy to be done with it. But it is so hard to part with it. I have fallen in love with it's warmth, and it's drape and it's hypnotizing pattern. I will definitely be making another afghan of this size just for me and hubby to snuggle under!
The pattern is super easy to remember and is so soothing, at least I thought it was. Crochet is great meditation for me! This wonderful pattern is available for free here Wavy Blanky and if you are on ravelry it is also available here Ravelry Library Wavy Blanky
I changed colours every 2 rows. I finished off the afghan with a scalloped edging on the top and bottom edges of the afghan.
Now with this behind me, I can finish the other afghan I've been working on, hopefully it doesn't take too much longer, I've got many holiday gifts to start stitching!!
Until next time, happy hooking!!