Welcome to another Projects with Pilar post! Today I have an Afghan I finished on December 22, 2016. This Afghan is for the sofa chaise in the den.
I kept my crocheting items for this Afghan in this Victoria's Secret tote
I'm thinking about leaving this Afghan like this on the sofa chaise.
The throw Pillows may look familiar since I had one place on the recliner with the granny square blanket that I finished back in October.
I thought I'd share a few different displays on the sofa chaise with the Afghan.
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This looks super nice! I love the way it turned out!
You did a beautiful job on the Afghan! The colors go well together and looks great on your sofa chaise!
Great job it looks pretty on your couch
Nice blanket. The colors are pretty.
Pilar, I love the colors of your afghan. I used to crochet. I made vest for my daughters and my husband. I did about 150 granny squares then gave them to my daughter to put together. LOL. My sister in law used to make things out of yarn and always chose crazy colors. LOL. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
Thank you Susie! I just got back into crocheting back in August after taking a few months break. 150 granny squares, that's pretty impressive! I've done 120 granny squares to fit a queen sized bed. It's funny because once I get the granny squares done, I don't always feel like putting them together lol. I can totally understand why you passed them along lol! Blessings to you as well!
This turned out SO well!!
Pilar, your afghan looks so soft with warm colors. It goes well with your sofa. I enjoy your posts where you do different projects.
I hope the new year is being kind to you.
Thank you! Glad to hear you enjoy my handmade projects posts! I hope your new year is being kind to you as well Sheri!
What a pretty blanket! It looks great with the sofa :)
You really are one crafty person.
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It looks amazing! I love it. :)
I wish I could knit, I really love how this turned out!!
Thank you! I crocheted this Afghan, but I would like to learn how to knit as well!
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