Monday, November 08, 2010

Honeycomb Afghan

I’m calling this pattern the Honeycomb Afghan since Bernat unimaginatively called it “Worsted Afghan.”  Just wanted to show you what mine looks like with three rows of honeycomb bubbles done.
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I’m going with light browns and gray.

To answer some of the questions in the comments:
Yes, it's an easy pattern.  After you go through the pattern once, you can see what to do without looking at the pattern and there's no counting.  I am not using the pattern at all now.

17 comments:

  1. Very pretty! Is it easy?

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  2. This sure looks like a lot of counting. Staying low today, as my gum surgery is at 9am...eeeks. I think I will make it through this time.

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  3. I love it when I can "break the code" in a pattern and do it from memory. Sometimes, I am surprised that a hard looking pattern is a simple repeat.

    \0/ paula

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  4. This looks like one of those patterns you will want to do over and over. Love the color choices.

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  5. Thats really pretty Pammy Sue. Where can I find the pattern? thats something if its easy I would love to try....Hugs from South Texas..
    Birgit

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  6. LOVE IT!!!

    Could you e-mail me the pattern ... PRETTY PLEASE???

    Susan

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  7. Dear Pammy Sue,

    that looks very nice...thank you for sharing and have a nice Day!

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  8. I like it. It's nice when something looks difficult but is easy.

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  9. It's hard to believe this pattern is "easy"! I can't wait to see your finished project! Very pretty!

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  10. Very Pretty! I have been wanting to make one like that.But all I had seen was the one you had to pay for. Thanks for telling me where to find the pattern for free :) I can't wait to find the time to make it :)

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  11. Okay Pammy, this is so pretty. Did I ever tell you that you make me sick? HaHa Just joking, you know I love you. You told me to send you a comment so here it is. It is now done, I love your afghan anyway. Take care my friend.

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  12. Whoo, that's an interesting pattern, can't wait to see it all finished...what kinda border are ya doin'?

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  13. Love the color combination! xoxo

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  14. Hey! Real nice! It looks so hard and tedious. I'm glad it isn't.

    I don't dare make those Pecan Pie Bars because I'd eat'em all for sure.

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  15. Oh, I like this very much. It looks wonderful so far.

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  16. How lovely!

    Wish I could crochet...you inspire me. xoxo

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