beautiful. I was thinkiing of doing something like that to make it a little larger but I hadn't thought of the scalloped edge. I just finished the initial edging of my first mixed-color scrap afghan. On to the other three (greens, pinks and red boucle). I think I will add more rectangles on each side instead of the smaller squares on my next ones, to make them a little larger and more square. Then after a rest of a few months (lol) I think I will try the largest one with the squares, rectangles and small squares. So many possibilities! I love imagination!
Gorgeous!! Seeing your afghan will definitely help me to plan colors for the last rounds of edging. Thank you so much!
Thank you as it makes it easier to know what you are talking about. Love that!!
cool! I can't wait for the instructions now :D
Outstanding. makes me want to get going again on the ghan since I have slacked off a bit.
Oh, this is lovely. I had stopped at one border but I might have to continue. I love the scalloped edge.
I am a bit behind...I need to catch up!! So pretty with that border and all :-)
I was unaware of this KAL until this evening (OK. It's now 5:30 AM Saturday, but I'm still awake, so it's still Friday evening!). Since I found it, I've been copying and pasting all the information - very neatly and organizedly, even!This afghan is high on my to-do list, but the assorted edgings and borders will likely get used long before I do the squares and rectangles. I have one 99-squares afghan - in baby yarns - all knitted up awaiting some inspiration to get them edged, attached, and bordered. This is it!THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
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