Monday, August 15, 2011

All Done But The Border!

Well, here it is!  All done except the border and some blocking.  I have to say, I love it! 
So, this is probably the last you will see of it until I get it completely done!  I haven't exactly decided on my border yet.  I do have a couple of ideas I am toying with.  I would happy to hear any suggestions y'all could give me!

Everyone have a great week!!


14 comments:

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Wow, that is just gorgeous! I love the radiant effect the design creates. Just beautiful. This will be one very cozy afghan!

I would do either many rows of red for the border, or if I were feeling a little more colorful, maybe start with an off white section of a few rounds, then a single round of red, then a few rounds of green, a single round of red, then a few rounds of blue, and finish it off with a round of red and then a round of reverse single crochet in red.

Whatever you do will be gorgeous!

MGM

Mindy said...

Wow!! That is simply incredible!!! You are so creative!

PfeifferGrad03 said...

Fantabulous!!! I can't wait to see it in person!

Brenda said...

This is wonderful!!! Love it, what a lot of work you put into it.

Lauri - Insensata! said...

so beautiful! I love the way you combine colors! Congrats!

Rachel said...

Very beautiful! What an inspiration :)

agnes said...

beautiful,
wonderful,
lovely,

liebe Grüße,
agnes

"Never Knew" said...

It looks AMAZING!!!
Caz :)

Beth said...

Looks great!

Pixie said...

WOW...it looks absolutly fantastic...i love the design.

Mereknits said...

You have done a fantastic job. I just love it.
Meredith

Marcia said...

I think I'd do just one row of reverse single crochet (crab stitch) in a solid color to frame the lovely colorful design. The red or the dark green would work for me. The afghan would like something to set it off, not compete -- just my opinion.

As always, your work is gorgeous.

melbatoast68 said...

LOVE!!! Can't wait to see what kind of border you pick.

"Petunia Pill" said...

You and your blanket...amazing! The way those individual squares come together to create that pattern...wow-eeeeeeee! Love it. Annette