Saturday, November 8, 2008

To Frog and Border or to Embrace the Wonkiness?

There hasn't been anything exciting craft-wise lately. I'm making steady progress on my checkered blanket. Actually, I'm at the end of my yarn for one color, which would leave a weird checker row. I'm not sure if I should try to make it as big as I can and call it a day, or if I should frog back to my last full squares and then use the remaining yarn to create a border of sorts...

What do you think?
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The blanket is actually quite even, it's just that because it's all back loop only, it has a LOT of stretch to it, so it's hard to keep it looking like a rectangle.

Here's a close up:
Only a little left

Just not quite enough yarn left...

4 comments:

Laux said...

I vote for frogging and a nice big fat border. But either way would probably turn out nicely.

Also, I love the photo with the tabby. Our feline friends are always there to help. ;)

Diana said...

I vote for wonkiness, but then I am wonky myself.

Michelle said...

I usually add a border to all of my afghans, just to make them a little more symmetrical. I love the colors of yours!

JayJay said...

I vote to frog back and make a border. A border can really help make something look more finished. I really like your color choices!