My Ocean Ridges Afghan

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:

Lizard Ridge Afghan knitted in Noro Kureyon by Deborah Cooke

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!

4 thoughts on “My Ocean Ridges Afghan

  1. That is beautiful, clever girl, waiting to see the finished product. Thanking you

    Lorraine

    On Fri, 20 Jul 2018 10:03 pm Deborah Cooke & Her Books wrote:

    > Deborah Cooke posted: “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” >

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