I’m just kidding, really. I was genuinely surprised when I checked Ravelry earlier today and discovered that I started this afghan way back on July 4. It honestly doesn’t seem like it’s been that long.
Let’s see. We have #33, a rectangle in Beige.
#34, a rectangle in Silver Gray.
#35, a small square in Barley.
#36, a large square in Charcoal Heather.
#37, a rectangle in Oatmeal.
(I didn’t brush the leaf away, because autumn!)
#38, a small square in Linen.
And finally, #39, a small square in Silver Gray.
I definitely feel like I’m heading for the home stretch: there are 55 units in total. About 3/5ths of the way there!
By the way, if you’re a knitwear setting fretter like myself, fret not: I’m not setting the afghan on the floor for these pictures. This is actually a built-in bench on my small porch.
The porch is made of Trex Decking, which is a composite material made partly from pre-consumer and post-consumer recycled plastic. No splinters!
No rotting! No refinishing necessary! (Although it does need a good pressure washing once a year or so.) Great stuff!