I have a lot of acrylic stash to bust,
and this may be the most efficient way to take care of it:
It's an afghan made from a pattern called "Soft Waves" from this book:
I love this book; this will be my fourth afghan from this book.
The stripes are comprised of crazy mixed-up random colors.
No order, no method.
Sometimes, I close my eyes and grab the next color from the stash.
You can tell, can't you?
This is a difficult way for me to operate, but probably good for me.
I rarely work with earth tones, but including them in this project will be okay
as this blanket is destined for my sis-in-laws cabin.
Earth tones are good for an afghan for a cabin in the pines, right?
It will be a gift for letting us stay in the cabin for an entire week next month.
I am so excited!
Sometimes when I am in a brainless mood I roll the skeins into balls:
Then when a color is mostly used up and they become too small to complete a row
I throw them into a baggie,
for a future stash-buster.
I would have never had been able to stick to this stash-busting commitment without the help of:
Click on the image and read all about it.
The completed blanket will be posted by next month.