“Just like that river twisting through a dusty land…
Be Still My Beating Heart by Sting
This was originally named The Bottom Line – a random selection from my music library – but at the last minute, influenced by the stitch design, I switched.
Dimensions: 39 x 21 inches
Newton’s Yarn Country Brushed Acrylic
Color: Pearl Green*
Content: Man-made fiber, per burn test
Color: Blue Baker’s Twine*
Content: Man-made, per burn test
The weights of both yarns are estimated. Finally dug the rest of this stuff out from my stash. I had used it previously on Summertime Blues.
I saw an cable accent on The Crochet Crowd Cable Bag that I wanted to incorporate, but could not figure it out. My accent is deeper and perhaps, even more involved. Still after working on different variations over 24 hours, I am happy and on my way to completing it.
Looks like I only got half an afghan from my leftovers. I would add different yarns just to get a full size – per my standards, but that never goes well. I figure end it now. It could be used as a lapghan for some old man/woman.
I notice again – on a rectangular piece that my tension tightens as I near the end. I attribute this to being over cautious against to tight a foundation chain, and then continuing with loose tension until I am on automatic.
On da Hook: 2018-09-19
Off da Hook: 2018-09-22
* Color assignations per Hooker Leo, absent yarn label