My new niece-in-law suggested that I make afghans for the adult nieces and nephews for Christmas next year. That was a great suggestion!
I’m now looking for natural-fiber (or natural fiber blend) washable yarns for afghans. These relatives will soon be starting families so I want something that can survive families. Here are 4 patterns I’m considering:
[INDENT][COLOR=blue]Branches and Berries Afghan:[/COLOR] http://www.joann.com/joann/catalog.jsp?CATID=cat13856&PRODID=xprd73703[/INDENT][INDENT][COLOR=blue]Wedding Afghan:[/COLOR] http://www.interweaveknits.com/freepatterns/pdf/Wedding_Afghan.pdf[/INDENT][INDENT][COLOR=blue]Iris Afghan:[/COLOR] http://www.dailyknitter.com/iris.html[/INDENT][INDENT][COLOR=blue]Burridge Lake Aran Afghan[/COLOR] (I must be crazy to think I can do this :knitting: ) http://magknits.com/Oct07/patterns/burridge.htm[/INDENT]
What natural fiber yarn do you use to make soft, warm, luscious, cuddly, washable, long lasting afghans? Do you have a favorite pattern?
If this thread already exists, please point me to it. I wasn’t able to find it using search.