Thursday, June 4, 2009

KSU-graph 'ghan update

Well, there certainly is a learning curve for learning how to "graph-ghan" I frogged my first attempt after only 10 rows. I wasn't happy with some of my color changes and I have finally mastered bobbin usage and it really does help not to have 3-4 full skeins around the back of the afghan.



KSU afghan:


close-up of stitches:


7 comments:

Crafty Christina said...

Looks good so far. I find graphghans to be so slow, but I have done one in the past. Hubby wants me to do another. GOod luck!

Keri said...

Looks like you're doing great! When I worked on my first one, I found I kept having trouble with what stitch to change colors in. My first alphabet letters looked pretty crooked. I finally had it figured out by the time I got to the end of the project, which was a cozy for my 10-year-old's recorder. :) I can't let my 26-year-old daughter see your blog, or she will be bugging me to make her a KSU afghan!!

Gloria said...

Caroline the Afghan looks great so far!

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