Thursday, April 7, 2011

Forty Shades of Green Afghan


Okay, here it is, the mile-a-minute afghan I call Forty Shades of Green. It is sitting on the back of a small couch at the Community College Library, in the study area outside of my son's office. (He took the photo for me, as I am a truly rotten picture-taker!!) Now I am concentrating on the green Breadfruit Hawaiian style quilt and the sleeves for the green Aran. Gee...how did everything end up GREEN right now? Maybe because it's Spring?

7 comments:

Sue said...

That's really pretty. Are there really 40 shades of green in it?

Beansieleigh said...

BEAUTIFUL, June!!! Very nice work! (Still hugging my little lamb! He says "hello!")... Have a great day! ((hugs)) ~tina

Ghost said...

Wow, my sister would die for this ghan. She loves green and it looks so great on the sofa.

teakaycee said...

Oh... how pretty is that!!!
Great job!!!

God Bless
.::Tam::.

Leslie Shelor said...

Green is good! The afghan turned out beautiful!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Lovely colors and beautiful afghan. I just finished an olive cotton shawl so green must be the color this time of year.

Tanya said...

Lovely afghan. I always want to knit or crochet an afghan but get burned out just making something for Tetsu every year. I should start saving yarn for a patchwork afghan!