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CAL: week 12

Hello everyone!  I want to say welcome to all the new CAL participants that are still joining in — it’s great to have so many people still starting!  Are you ready for week 12?  Doesn’t seem like we’ve been going that long, does it?

Before we start, I wanted to let you know that a new button has been added in the sidebar along with the individual CAL weeks.  This one is CAL FAQs & links.  It’s mainly for the people who are just joining us, since they haven’t read all the details because they’ve been scattered throughout the CAL posts.  Now they’re all in one place!

Alright, on to this week’s rows.  Remember, we’re using US terms, and last week we ended with row 86:

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row 87

With new color, hdc across.

rows 88-90

For these 3 rows, do the bobble stitch rows (original instructions here).  Here’s a pic so far:

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row 91

With new color, hdc across.

row 92

With new color, dc across.

row 93

With new color, hdc across.

row 94

With new color, dc across.  Here’s a pic:

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This week I got a picture of the whole blanket, although I’d already started row 95 when I took it, so you get a bit of a spoiler if you can make out the top row.

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I think it’s looking pretty good!  My edges are a bit wonky — I guess my stitches have gotten tighter as I’ve gone along because it seems to be getting slimmer; or perhaps the bottom is just stretching out from all the moving around it’s done or something.  In any case, I think it’s going well!

It’s delightful to see everyone’s progress on facebook, where most of the progress pictures are being posted.  Don’t forget about the Instagram hashtag #nyaccal also!

I guess that’s it for today.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Comments

  1. Totally enjoying this cal I’m one of the new ones that’s just started but totally enjoying it .thanks for coming up with this Kerry

  2. I am so sad. Today I decided that really, the blanket is huge, and should do the borders. So I am. But I think I will start another one of these soon, in worsted weight, and catch up. I’ll post my photo when I finish it later, but for now, know that I really appreciate all the work you have done to make this easy for me.

  3. Beautiful!

  4. It’s really lovely Hannah, well done.

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