I’ve spend the majority of my knitting time lately working on the Hue Shifts Afghan. I fell in love with this pattern when Knitpicks first released the kit, and I was able to purchase most of the yarn on sale during their Cyber Monday sale. I chose to do the jewel tones version of the afghan, which involves shades of green, blue, purple, red, and pink.
I’ve really enjoyed working on this. It is a very simple pattern (all garter stitch!), but the shifting, changing colors keep my interest. Almost every square requires that you pick up and knit at least 25 stitches (most of them require you do 49), so I’m becoming a pro at the technique. The only thing that I really don’t like about the project is that there are approximately one trillion ends that will need to be woven in when I am finished.
The afghan is knit in four sections, then these four sections are seamed together, and a border is knit. So far, I have finished two whole sections and am working on the third, so I feel like I am making fairly good progress.
(Yes, those blocks are the same size. It's a weird angle. I was busy trying to keep the cat from tugging on the loose ends).
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