Mod Pod Afghan

I started this project over two months ago and just now took some pics. Working on the last square this weekend, then just need to knit the border and block it. Finishd, it will be over 6'x6'.
Finished the knitting early this morning. Still have a few ends to weave in and will block it when we have warmer weather in Istanbul.
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gardenguy42's picture

Simply beautiful! I love your design -- so midcentury modern. And your color choices are great. I love to knit afghans (I’me working on 2 right now and have 2 more in the pipeline.) Great job!

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negativitysucks's picture

That is spectacular! Definitely a pattern worthy of publishing if you haven't already considered it.
Just stunning, truly.

Pinecone's picture

I love it. Wonderful use of reds, browns and contrasting colors, and I particularly like the interesting geometric pattern. Beautiful work, thanks for sharing!

Iacobvs's picture

Beautiful design and work! This definately shatters the myth that all afgans are combinations of granny squares made from acrylic!

albert's picture

Gorgeous work- always a pleasure to see your artwork!

ronhuber's picture

Another wonderful piece of art, Rick. Such talent!!

Your work is just so creative and inspiring.

Kerry's picture

Very creative and useful, well done.

scottly's picture

Spectacular!!! How are you getting that wobbly hand painted look? I love it.

RickeScott's picture

Not sure what you're asking, but here's how I contructed it: Started knitting the brown strips first. Each color is a short bit of yarn. I know, that's a lot of ends to deal with, but I wove them in as I went, so it really wasn't bad. The mitered corners were made using short rows. The black strips were made in two ways. The straight sections: picked up stitches from one side of one brown strip, knitted 12 rows, picked up stitches from the adjacent brown strip, knitted two rows, then used 3-needle bind off to connect the two parts. The black and red squares were made by picking up stitches from the brown strips and knitting toward the center. They were knitted flat, so needed to stitch it it together along one corner. I'm working on the border now, just a simple 15 stitch garter stitch, knitting it on as I go. I'll miter the border corners using short stitches.

batsignal2000's picture

That is beautiful. Great job. I love the colors and I love the pattern.


Buzzboy's picture

What an amazing afghan. It is truly a work of art.


philvm's picture

You are a genius...
What a NICE work....
Toutes mes félicitations ;-)

sorry for my english... normally I speak French...

mysterJay's picture

Stunning piece of work.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Very nice knitting. A good idea for future projects. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

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mrossnyc's picture

Another great project!