Jun 28, 2013


Someone (not naming any names, you understand) accidentally cast on for another reversible cable blanket, even though the first one is not ... quite ... finished.

Things have been a bit hectic, as I've noted before. It seems this simple stitch combo is so embedded in my mind, it's the one thing I can knit late at night when my eyes are blurry and my brain is filled with fuzz.

If you count each strip as an FO, then I have three, count them, three FOs, with a fourth strip well  underway. Technically, of course, the strips don't count until all the little bits come together to fulfill their destiny as yet another afghan. I intended to call this project Wind & Water, because when the light is right, the cables resemble waves on a windy day. However, a Ravelry friend said it reminded her of the ever-changing colors of Lake Erie, so it will be Breidan Lake instead.

For now, since a pile of strips isn't quite an FO, I'm calling it No FO Friday, or NoFoFri for short. It has a certain ring to it, don't you agree?

Have a lovely weekend, one and all. Meanwhile, it's Friday. You know the drill.


  1. Wait, stripes count as FOs?!?! I'm never missing a Friday post again:) LOL. I love your reversible blankets and I'm struggling with a terrible case of start-itis myself. Who am I to judge?

    1. Sure! Let's pretend strips count as FOs. (Shhh, don't tell anyone. It'll be our secret!)

      Just once, I wish I'd catch finish-itis, instead of start-itis.

  2. Ha! Love that word "NoFoFri."

    1. Glad you like it. Funny, I have more NoFoFri's than FOs ...


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