Help needed!

So, I’ve had this granny-square blanket in the works for about a year and a half.

I keep taking it out and working on it, then stuffing it back into my bag and leave it in the closet for a month or two (or six… it’s been in the closet since I got married).  I just can’t figure out if I want to keep working on it. And if so, how should I assemble it? A border? Differing colors? Keep it all blue? A scalloped border? Maybe some white between the blue granny squares?

Or should I just scrap the whole thing? Thoughts? Suggestions? It would all be appriciated.

Paul and I are skipping town for the weekend. Nice hotel, a little shopping (and a dear husband who is willing to tag along to as many yarn stores as I can get to, Moscow has a serious shortage of nice yarn) and an indoor swimming pool! I’m very excited.

Happy Valentine’s everyone, have a great weekend.

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6 thoughts on “Help needed!

  1. I like it how it’s laid out, actually. Keep it blue. I could see potential for a scalloped boarder… or a straight border – both blue. But white would be too much, I think. And nothing in between the squares.

    Have fun this weekend!

  2. WOW- I made one very very similar for my mom who used it as a bedspread about 30 years ago. It was cream and that med blue you used.

    I say just sew them together and call it a day and then host a giveaway or a auction it off

  3. And when Emily (emmrose) says “I” she really means me. Because I typed that accidentally logged in as her.

  4. I vote for a bit of white in between. I feel a third color(or non-color?) makes all the difference in decorating. Brown house w/ red trim….boring Add a touch of teal=striking!

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