I'm A Logger...Up From Coos Bay Oregon.....

This Log Cabin Blanket has been a WIP for quite a while.

What is the knitting muse that inspires us to work on a specific project? Lately, it's been leading me to finish this up and get it mailed to Warm the World. :)

I started this blanket with size 7 needles to use up some oddments of a few acrylics that I had around. The colors are meshing fairly well with dark blue, cranberry, purple, white, forest green, and periwinkle.
GREAT BIG thank-yous (yooz?) to Rhonda at for the "Loveable Blog" award! Rhonda, you so blessed my day! In that spirit I choose to pass the award to three of the loveable ladies I've met online:


Most important of all, continue to show deep love for each other, for love covers a multitude of sins.
1 Peter 4:8


Greatfullivin said...

Hi Pooch, Beautiful afghan. Thanks for stopping by the Gratitude Journal today. I have emailed you the code for the button which will link you to the blogroll. Welcome to the club, You Grateful Gal! Have a wonderful evening!

Traceyleezle said...

Thanks Pooch! Yer pretty lovable yourself. Great log cabin going on. I need some of that to keep from getting cabin fever.

Beth said...

Your blanket looks really nice. And thanks for the award! You and your blog are very loveable, too! :)

Vivian said...

That's a nice looking blanket, the colors go very well together. I look forward to seeing the finished product.

Paula said...

Hey thanks for the button!

I loooove your log cabin knitting!

Anonymous said...

I hate to ask this but is the periwinkle used in the blanket caron wintuk deep periwinkle I need to find less than a skein to finish my granddaughters sweater and bootie set. If you possibly have any left and are willing to part with it I would love to buy it from you. Please email me at loriagriffith
Thank You