Thursday, May 19, 2005

Good Grief Charlie Brown

This camo afghan is driving me nuts, and I haven't started it yet! Someone suggested the basketweave stitch done in Tunisian. Loved that idea. Practiced the TPS and the TKS separately. So far so good. Just put 'em together, what do ya get? Gaps. Holes. I guess it's just a holey basket (holey, not righteous). My brother's not gonna be putting stuff in an afghan, right? So gaps shouldn't matter, right? Wrong (re:previous post on perfectionism). When that yarn finally gets here, it may be going right back. Yeah, sounds like a plan to me.

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Kimberly said...

Now, now - how will you explain to your brother the lack of a Camo afghan if you send the yarn back?? Once you have the yarn, you'll think of something wonderful to do with it and once you have finished, wonder why it gave you so much grief beforehand! :)

Anonymous said...

I have a camo pattern I worked up for my son.

It's a dc ripple. I also made one for my husband in silver and blue.


Kimberly said...

Our posting at the same time to each others blogs - can only be attributed to the old great minds think alike philosophy!