It's finally done!

Hey guys-!
In addition to a lot of other less interesting projects, vests, scarfs, etc. I finally finished the bird afghan. It's based/inspired by and I LOVED this project! The ground is Wool-Ease (not my favorite yarn, but not too bad when you need LOTS if it!) The birds are whatever scraps I could find, with a few acrylics and blends (purchased) thrown in.

Bradley (aka KSMARGUY) was (as usual) WONDERFULLY supportive of this endevour, running to Michael's every few days to use coupons to keep up the yarn supply... So big kudos to the husband!

We're starting a new joint venture tonight.... A free-form jungle animals afghan... We'll keep you updated.

Peace and blessings to all!


CLABBERS's picture

Amazing! What a fun afghan you have made. You should be very proud.

Bill's picture

...looks like a piece of folk art!

ronhuber's picture

I love it. What a happy piece of art.

Britannic's picture

Well done. Thank you for sharing it with us.

Tom Hart's picture

Wow! That's really out of this world! What an amazing piece of artistry! Really stunning and "brand new". Well done. Can't wait to see the joint venture. Peace and blessings to you!

This is just wonderful. I especially like the owl.

purlyman's picture

That is so cool!! I was going to ask if it was crochet or knit, but I see now that it's crochet. I love this blanket!! I can't wait to see your next piece of art!


jessemkahn's picture

brilliant, brilliant, brilliant!!

beenieg80's picture

Love it! That blanket is so cute & cool!

Nehkhasi's picture

Love it! It made me smile! Very Nice! Nehkhasi


Joe-in Wyoming's picture

A most intriguing bit of artistry. Are the birds a solid bit of crochet or are they appliqued on top of blocks? I guess I should examine the picture carefully. Looking forward to seeing the next one. [edit] Now I get it. Most definitely interesting. Reminds me of tapestry weaving where you do the main pieces and then fill in the background. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Kerry's picture

A great joint effort!

bobinthebul's picture

Really beautiful! Maybe I will eventually learn to crochet...(I've said that before, but still...)

PhilNmtl's picture

Really Stunning !

Congratulations on this Eric, and on your's and Brad's courage to try a collaborative project. Will this test the relationship like wallpapering is said to? :-) It was great to spend time with you guys. I'm sorry that you're so far away. hugs! - Phil

Buck Strong's picture

OMG! That is so awesome!

To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring-it was peace.
~Milan Kundera

To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring-it was peace.
~Milan Kundera

Asplund's picture

Fabulous! It's difficult to choose a favourite of the birds, but I think I like the one in the upper left corner best.

Mnjack's picture

What a beautiful project and it has such humor and beauty. I love the duck in the lower left. I can't wait to see the next one. How long did this take to do ?

MMario's picture


I know I would never finish anything like Kudos to you both!

MMario - I'm not divorced from reality - we're having a trial separation

I have been away from this site for a little while. What a way to be greeted! Eric...AWESOME! You have a pair of great hands there! I am excited already over what you will show us next. Be good.



potterdc's picture

How much fun! I love this. I used to crochet, and your afghan has me thinking it might be time to try my hands at it again. Thanks so much for posting this. I'm inspired!

Think less, enjoy it more.

Spicemanknit's picture

I have never seen anything cool like this afghan!

TheKnittingMill's picture

That is AWESOME guys! I would so hang that on my wall! Congatulations!
The Knitting Mill

mrossnyc's picture

That's great! It looks like it was fun to make. Congrats!