Afghan 17 – Winter White

Winter White is one of those patterns that seems like a nice, typical afghan. It never really caught my attention in the book other than by being the last pattern in it. While out of town on one of my trips, I ran out of yarn for the afghan I was crocheting. I called several stores in the area, but none had the color I needed. I went to a Walmart to just see if they had anything I liked. I was not disappointed. I found 8 skeins of Glow Worm from Red Heart.

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The picture does not do this color justice. It really looks like this guy.

20131124-200406.jpgAnd who doesn’t love Slimer?

This afghan ended up taking one day to complete. It was done on a P hook with two strands of yarn the whole time. Besides that, I just loved it so much I couldn’t put it down! My husband really surprised me with this one. After he hated the neons on my Summer Favorite, I was shocked when he said we had to keep this one.

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Here’s just one more afghan that will not be helping me finish up my Christmas list. I’ve got to agree with the guy, though. This is one of my favorites!

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One comment on “Afghan 17 – Winter White

  1. fiveboysmom says:

    This is one I want to do this winter. I’m just not sure what color I want to do it in. I saw this color in my local Wal-Mart and felt like your husband–not crazy about it–but there is something appealing to it as well. Your first picture looks more like Aruba Sea than Glow Worm. I made an afghan from Crochet All Through The House (I think that’s the name of it) with Aruba Sea this summer. It’s a diamond within diamond pattern. It turned out nice.

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