Saturday, 12 September 2015

Ta-Dah! JulieAnny's Summer Mosaic Mystery CAL

It's done! It's finished! And I absolutely love it :D We took advantage of the glorious spring sunshine and went downstairs to our apartment courtyard to get some photos :)



I've been having such a wonderful time with JulieAnny's Summer Mosaic Mystery CAL - it's my first big project using 100% cotton yarn, and the Moda Vera Portsea Cotton from Spotlight has worked up excellently! The finished afghan is quite light weight, and I can see it being just perfect for when the breeze comes up on the balcony at the lake on summer evenings. 


I joined the pieces using slip stitch in the back loops, from the reverse side. This made nice even joined with the little front loop ridges on the front, and only low ridges on the back (as opposed to chunky single crochet ridges, which I don't like the feel of). It came together pretty quickly!


I chose to leave the corner pieces off - they were "optional" in the pattern, and I quite like the octagonal shape without them :) The border took a little bit of adaptation, but really it was very simple and straightforward.


And, it really does look like a tiled mosaic! Such a talented designer - if you haven't checked out Julie Yeager's designs on Ravelry yet, I thoroughly recommend her work :) 

Have you made any of Julie Yeager's patterns before? Link to your photos/blog/Ravelry project page in the comments and we can all have a look!!

16 comments :

  1. It is really pretty and I like the fact that it is really different too, love your colour choices. x

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  2. Very pretty and lovely colour choices!!! xx

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  3. Beautiful. I love your colors

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  4. It's really beautiful, I love the colours, especially the turquoisey green :)
    Jillxo

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    1. Thank you Jill! That's my favourite colour too :) xx

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  5. Oh my, this is gorgeous! It does look like a mosaic and the colors are so perfect.
    Amalia
    xo

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    1. Thank you Amalia! It's up at the lake house now, waiting for the long summer nights :)

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  6. It's totally amazing! Well done.

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  7. Oh WOWSERS! BEAUTIFUL, where can i find this pattern please?
    Thank You

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    1. Thank you Dede! The pattern can be found here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/summer-mosaic-afghan :)

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