We're expecting houseguests in early September, and I've been meaning to use their upcoming visit as a metaphorical kick in the behind to get me started on a major house-cleaning mission. There's a multi-page list of To-Do's, and I've barely scratched the surface...
What better time to start another large-scale project?! (Well, one can't be cleaning constantly, right?)
It started innocently enough as a plan for a cushion cover-- just an excuse to try out one of the triangle motifs in Beyond the Square-- but somehow, it's morphed into a plan for a whole afghan.
I'm using Motif #78 as the basis, but I think I'll jazz it up a little and make it something other than just a bazillion triangle motifs. I'll show you once I've gotten far enough along to see if it works. To start with, though, I'll need a bunch of triangles...
(Those photos are a bit blurry. Sorry!)
The color scheme is "Citric Acid"... aka just plain "Citrus"... aka "Ugh, That Reminds Me of the 1970s! / My Eyes! My Eyes! They Burn!"... aka "Yellow, Green, and Orange"... aka "I Have a Thing For Analogous Color Schemes". (I think that about covers it.) It is a stash-busting project, so I'm trying to use only yarn I already have in my stash without purchasing more. We'll see how that works out. I tend to like kooky, scrappy afghans, so I think I'll be happy, in any case.
Oh, and I just remembered I was supposed to photograph my Moorish Mosaic Afghan. Oops. I'll write about that next time!