Monday, November 5, 2007

Vanna-ghan Finished!

I finished the Vanna-ghan several weeks ago. Our son Phillip and his fiancee were here this weekend and I gave it to them to take back to Wyoming. It's probably too heavy for an Alabama winter but should help keep them toasty warm. It was fun to make, and the kids love it.

11 comments:

Nancy said...

It's just gorgeous! I'm sure they are enjoying already!!

Susan (ZenKnit) said...

I second that emotion - gorgeous!!!

Sheri said...

I third that emotion :) gorgeous!
Sheri

Bella said...

That is soooo pretty. What size did it come out to? Also, how many skeins of yarn did it take? Those colors are so warm and cuddly.

leslie said...

Don't you just love Vannas yarn? I've made several projects with it and its so wonderful to work with... you blanket shows off her yarn beautifully!

June said...

Beautiful afghan!! Makes me want to ask Santa for some of Vanna's yarn for Christmas.

Barb Mcf said...

That is so pretty. The colors just say "Wyoming" to me. I'm sure they are enjoying it.

PattieJ said...

Beautiful!!!! I bought the book and the yarn and have not had time to start mine yet!

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

Thanks to all for your comments. To BELLA: I don't know the exact size, but it's big enough to cover up with. The yarn list in the book is wrong. You don't need nearly as much yarn as they tell you. I posted here http://neisripplealong.blogspot.com/2007/08/correction-in-vannaghan-instructions.html the correct yarn list (or at least what I used). I love the vanna yarn. Can't wait to make someething else with it. --Susan C.

Brandy said...

That is a BEAUTIFUL afghan. Congrats on getting it completed!

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