Mystery’Ghan 2014 – Finished!

First post on my new blog.  I am hoping to use this site to introduce new designs and store free  patterns for download.  Still figuring out how to navigate but I’ll get it.  We are finishing up Mystery’Ghan 2014 on my Ravelry board.  Finished afghans are beginning to appear.  Many awesome versions out there; makes me so happy!  Here is mine:


I will add more soon.  I am working on a name for the afghan – I’m thinking something to do with Sunrise?


Here is a new pattern I posted last week as I was finished with the Mystery’Ghan and itching for something new to get excited about.  So far it is being well-received and I can’t wait to see finished versions.  Modern Blanket of Flowers:

modern blanket of flowers on deck

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Wouldn’t this make a good wallpaper?  🙂

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15 thoughts on “Mystery’Ghan 2014 – Finished!

  1. It’s looking great so far! I love, love your mystery ghan! I hope you will be sharing your pattern, because I would really like to do one. Good luck & happy hooking.

  2. Thanks, Sandra! Once I figure out how to attach patterns there will be no stopping me, haha!

  3. Hi Julie!
    Can’t wait to see what’s next! I ordered yarn for Modern Blanket of Flowers!


    1. Ooh, can’t wait to see it! I was looking at Knitpicks Chroma today and there are some beautiful colorways! And Lion Brand came out with a new self-striping, Landscapes. I used the Red Heart Treasure; the self-striping yarn makes the pattern a lot of fun to do.

      1. I’m glad you like it!

        Best wishes for your new website! I really don’t know where you find the time for all you do… You’re one busy lady!


  4. Your new blog looks great, Julie! Currently, I am working on three of your afghan designs on rotation: Garden State Afghan, MysteryGhan 2014 (Art Deco) and Modern Blanket of Flowers. I am using the Red Heart Boutique Treasure yarn as you suggested; I love how the color changes:)

    1. Nita, wooh! Isn’t the self-striping fun? I am trying to think of another design for it. Thanks for your support. 🙂

  5. your mustry-gahn is very pretty… I have a question for you though. I was lucky enought to have aquired some yarn from a lady I knew who passed recently from her husband, amungust the yarn are some completed blocks. I found your site during a serch for block patterns so I can complete her work into an afghan. there are enought to at least complete over half an afghan already, my problem is they are kind of an odd size… they measure about a 5 inch square can you sugest apatten this size to accent these blocks so I can finish this off. they are all done in plain solid grany square pattern in kind of a light teal color.

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