Wednesday, March 28, 2012

WIP Wednesday - Update #347 on My Ripple

Actually I think it is about my 7th update on my ripple.  I can't help it, I just love this and I want to finish it!!!!



It is getting so long!


The last row as of yesterday afternoon.  I actually have a few more rows completed.


What is really big with this update is that I've planned the rest of the blanket.  I had to.  I needed to know what skeins I would need more of and what I wanted to do for the border.  So, as you can see above, the final order is chosen.  The final yarn is ordered (I'm allowing this in my yarn diet because it allows me to finish this!).

I really needed to do all of these calculations so I could really get started on the baby blanket that I am making from the leftovers.



You can see the newest rows on my ripple in the picture above on the left.


The final amount of yarn needed to put these squares together is also ordered.  I see absolutely no reason to purchase more yarn.  These were the only two projects that I was worried about.  I need to finish the baby blanket by May.

That is what I'm working on.  I haven't really worked on my knit vest, but I will finish that eventually.

Don't forget to check out Tami's Amis and Small Things.

Sam :-)

13 comments:

  1. LOL... I saw the title and thought, "it's a stitch by stitch replay!" ;) It's really gorgeous. I know how exciting it is to be near the end of something. Can't wait to see everything finished!

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  2. I love your ripple! The colors are just beautiful. I'm piecing together an afghan, too -- at this point, I just want to be done :-)

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  3. The ripple is awesome! Totally adore your colours

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  4. OH, ME, OH, MY! That ripple is STUNNING. You can keep updating on it indefinitely and I wouldn't tire of looking at it!

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  5. Oh that ripple is amazing!!! LOVE all the bright colors!

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  6. I love your ripple, really beautiful.

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  7. I love the colors of your ripple, so beautiful. I just finished a knit version (much smaller, just a throw). I can't get enough of the chevron!

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  8. That is really beautiful.. good job, my friend! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  9. Your ripple is gorgeous and I love the look of the left overs project too. Good Luck with the deadline.

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  10. I REALLY like these ripple blankets. I want one. I want to learn how to crochet so I can make one. Beautiful!

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  11. Love the colors! Gorgeous! I found you through Frontier Dreams. My project this week was an itty bitty dress for BabySister, due in early July!

    http://likemamalikedaughter.blogspot.com/2012/03/squirrelys-nutty-brown-owl-dress.html

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