I’ve been knitting away on my Lizard Ridge afghan in Noro Kureyon, and wanted to show you my progress today. I showed you the first two squares two weeks ago, which were knitted from some Kureyon in my stash. That was colour 254, which is discontinued. I knit up most of that, and have the eight squares at the top of this picture as a result, as well as some bits and ends leftover.
I then knit 3 squares with colour 332, which is shades of green with a bit of brick red. Those three squares are at the very bottom.
Because it hasn’t been blocked or had the blocks sewn together, it’s a bit curly on the edges, but you get the idea.
Right now, I’m knitting squares from colour 40, which is more blue with a touch of lime and pink.
Finally, I have seven balls in colour 327, which is mostly blues with a little bit of orange and purple.
These eleven squares completed means that I’ve done almost half. The pattern calls for 24 squares (4 by 6) but I’d rather it was 25 (5 by 5). I’ll have to see what I can do with those bits and ends once the blocks that are entirely each colour are done.
What do you think? I think it’s going to be fun to rearrange the blocks once I have them all knitted! There’s an edging in a solid colour and I have a feeling mine might need to be purple. We’ll see!