Another large project completed. I am accumulating a large pile of beautiful blankets that I can’t put on permanent display due to a certain cat who loves to grab whatever is hanging over the couch with her claws and wrap herself in it.
The pattern is Cornerstone, designed by the fabulous Mason Dixon ladies. The pattern was purchased for a good cause. From their Ravelry design page:
Sales of this pattern support Hurricane Sandy relief. Citymeals-on-Wheels https://www.citymeals.org/support-us is one of many New York City organizations that mobilized immediately to assist New York’s homebound elderly population in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. All proceeds, net of Paypal fees, will be donated by the designer to Citymeals-on-Wheels.
The white yarn is Spud & Chloe Sweater (50% cotton/50% wool), so it is nice and heavy and soft. The multi-color yarn is Noro, a rather famous yarn spun in Japan that has amazing long run color variations.
The blanket traveled far and wide in the yard for its photoshoot.
It has been a cool spring, so the grass is really green. Better get a shot of it before June arrives! Hope everyone is off to a fantastic week!