Thursday, March 15, 2007

My Friend Ripple

I'm really starting to enjoy my ripple. I'm not sure what did it, but the last few rows have convinced me to just roll with it. I usually like to plan my projects, so it's been fun to just see what colors follow as I go:



I have more yarn on the way to refill the fruit bowl when I'm out. I'm saving some of the lavender for the border.

11 comments:

Rae said...

Your afghan is gorgeous -- I love the muted, "antique" colors you're using -- and your words are encouraging. I've been so unhappy with my own rippling (in comparison to ones like yours & others on the blog) that I thought about giving up today, but late this evening I started to feel some fledgling pleasure while looking at my nine "waves" from across the room!

I may even be brave enough to post a picture when I have a little more done.

Christelle said...

I love your colours and it looks so soft... :)

Jennie said...

Love the colours, they look so nice all mixed together.

monique said...

What a beautiful afghan, love the colours.

Michelle said...

Holy cow. I love those colors.

Thanks a lot. I hate my colors all over again.

Me said...

That afghan is beutiful. Perfect for snuggling and reading books.

Carlene said...

That's one of the prettiest ripples I've seen.

sammimag said...

Lookin' good! I'm trying to do the same just go with the flow.

MikKnits said...

Your ripple is so beautiful. Those colors work so well together.

Lisa said...

Really pretty. I really struggle with color choices and your afghan colors are just wonderful.

Susan said...

I can't believe I haven't commented already - great photo, very artistic and I love the colors.