I’ve been sharing my progress this summer on my Lizard Ridge afghan knitted in Noro Kureyon. This has to be the fastest project I’ve ever knitted. The pattern is addictive, plus I pretty much stuck to this one project. It was great car-knitting for summer road trips.
I showed you the finished squares last time. I’ve washed and blocked them now, and have sewn them together. Kureyon isn’t a really great yarn for seaming because it’s loosely spun. Instead, I used some black sock yarn – it’s three-ply Patons Kroy – which is smoother and thinner as well as having a bit of nylon in it.
Here it is:
The pattern suggests a crocheted border in Cascade 220. Instead of buying yet more yarn, I visited the stash. I have more than a sweater’s worth of Berella Muskoka in Amethyst Heather, which is (surprise!) purple. I’ll use that for the border.
The next time you see this beast, it will be done!