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Whispers of Spring Afghan

Here it is, a long overdue afghan “reveal” post! 

I’m not even going to embarrass myself by looking up when I started it/finished it/whatever.  I will simply acknowledge that it’s been a long time coming and just share some photos of the finished afghan.  
This started out as a CAL, but I ended up just going my own way and choosing my own blocks.  At some point, I decided to call this the Whispers of Spring Afghan.  It’s a sampler made up of 24 different blocks from a variety of designers (though there’s an emphasis on Polly Plum’s patterns, because I love her designs).  
Information about the exact block patterns, yarns, hook size, and border pattern used is available on the Ravelry project page.

Without further ado, here are a bunch of photos!

Whispers of Spring Afghan

Whispers of Spring Afghan

Whispers of Spring Afghan

Whispers of Spring Afghan

Whispers of Spring Afghan

Whispers of Spring Afghan

Whispers of Spring Afghan

Whispers of Spring Afghan

Whispers of Spring Afghan

Whispers of Spring Afghan

Whispers of Spring Afghan

Looking at this one for the first time a long while, I was reminded of how lovely some of those block patterns are.  There are some really good ones in there!  I’m especially partial to the star-themed ones (and there are several of those, since I made a conscious decision to choose starry patterns). 

There’s another overdue FO post coming up, and yet another will follow as soon as I take another round of photos.  (The recent granny square afghan was in the wash when I took these pictures.)

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I’m Michael (a female Michael, to remove any doubt).  I live on the Alabama Gulf Coast with my husband, Donald, and our crazy American Eskimo Dogs. 

I love to fill my spare time with various crafts and other hobbies, and this blog is where I share photos, record my progress, and ramble endlessly.

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