Baby Afghan

My latest afghan, made from the same pattern as this one.
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In the other two afghans I’ve made with this pattern, I threaded 3/4 inch ribbon through the dc/ch 1 edges, but this time crocheted a VERY LONG CHAIN and slip stitched it the whole way back across, and threaded that through instead.
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Again, I used Bernat Softee.
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Many thanks to Margaret for getting such excellent shots of the afghan. 🙂

Believe it or not – I’m still at work.

Even though I post on here only once in a blue moon, I still am crocheting. 😛 I must confess that I’ve kind of been in a dry season with my work because a lot of things have been going on, but I’m hoping that as winter comes, I’ll be able to make more time for projects.

Anyway, here’s the latest afghan I’ve made.

Bernat Softee Baby is the yarn I used, and the pattern was on the back of the label.
I love the net edging – don’t you?
By the way, even though I’ve posted more baby afghans and fine work than anything else, those things are NOT my specialty. I way prefer making huge afghans, but I’m out of yarn for those right now. Once I get some more… 😉

Baby Afghan

This afghan I’ve been working on for a while. That is, I finished the afghan part a long time ago, and then I did thread the ribbon the entire way through…But then I just didn’t cut the ribbon. Well, I finally did that today!! 🙂

The pattern is my own, crocheted with Bernat baby yarn and an F hook.
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