Thursday, January 03, 2008

WWC--Brown and Pattern

My WWC is late again. This is a pattern with me. Get it? Pattern is one of the words. Never mind.

Anywhooddle, the Weekly Word Challenge is brought to us by the terrific Tink at Pickled Beef. The words this week are brown and pattern. I had all kinds of ideas, but time got away from me, so I'm wingin' it here. Here we go!

My lovely orange mums are now brown.















I love my wool blanket with the pattern of the Ardbeg distillery's tartan.















This is the pattern of the blocks for the afghan I am making for my mother-in-law.



















I'll try to be on time next week. But no promises.

Join us, won't you?

9 comments:

Jay said...

You're wool blanket is almost as cool as mine. Almost. ;-)

Karen said...

Very nice photos. I thought of taking photos of the dried up mums for brown too. But instead I decided to dispose of them. That afghan is going to awesome!

R.E.H. said...

I like that wool blanket.

Better late than never, right?

Susan said...

On time next week? Do you really want to break the pattern? tee hee

Peggy said...

Good knitting there Kell! It is such a good wintertime activity!

Tink said...

Dried up flowers always depress me, even when I know they'll be back by spring. Ever notice that weeds don't wither away like that? Maybe we should cross-breed the two. ;)

Sparkling Red said...

Great afghan pattern! I love the texture. 'Twill be very cozy, I'm sure.

fiwa said...

I think we should get a special dispensation for being late, since it was a holiday week. I hate those - even though I only worked three days this week - it still felt like five!

On the other hand, I do love the afghan you are making for your mother-in-law. It looks very cozy.

Chelle Y. said...

Love the afghan!