Psychedelic Afghan

You may have noticed that I have been a little quiet on the craft blogging front of late. That is because I’ve been ‘immersed’ in a single project. Well, not really or I would have finished it a lot earlier. It’s basically taken me months on end to complete this project because I’ve not been devoting as much time as I should to it and therefore I’m way behind on my Christmas craft projects. No one to blame but myself though. Still, now it’s done it feels like nine months well spent.

But after four evenings of sewing in ends (which I hate as much as all crocheters), my blanket is finally finished. Many thanks and all credit goes to Tracy St John who developed the pattern, which you can find here. I followed it faithfully, until I came to the finishing border, at which point I did my own thing.

This will be a Christmas present for a certain someone. I’m not entirely sure whether they will read this or not, but they’ll not know until they open their present, at which point they’ll have their present anyway. I guess it doesn’t matter. I also wanted to show that I’ve not been neglecting my crafting duties and hopefully, more regular crafty blogness will resume from here.


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