free pattern) is one of my favourite knits and it looks amazing.
Cathy took these pictures of her afghan a few summers ago at the cottage. I can't stop showing them. And every time I do I want to pick up my yarn and make a few more squares. I have one finished afghan and am working on a second one.
The pattern calls for 20 squares but Cathy decided to make 25. I think my second afghan will be 25 squares too.
Why am I showing this today?
1. I'm jealous that she's at the cottage and I'm here :)
2. We have kits for the afghan and the price has been reduced. Right now the kits are $200 and that includes the black border.
The project is very portable. You are knitting individual squares (each one uses a whole ball of Noro Kureyon) and then the squares are put together. But they aren't sewn - they are knit together. It's easier than it sounds.
Don't miss out on a fun project that looks amazing and will last forever.