This ↓ was Aladdin and his monkey friend.
Princess Jasmine ↓
Various other characters and shots.
|A picture of motif #1. The lone circle with the red edging shows the finished motif or circle up to row 10. The group of 9 shows the finished motif with the unique white edging.|
|Reverse side of the motif. The red and white wool is not stitched together, just woven along the underside.|
|The pattern also called for 30 small square motifs to intersperse in the design when sewing the afghan together. They were all the same, so once I got to this step it was easy peasy! Sort of.|
|To keep myself organized I set up 6 bags each labeled with the motif number, and colour coded each bag and motif with different coloured wool. This was a very important step, as each numbered motif would be placed in a different location on the afghan when I started sewing it together. Yikes what a puzzle.|
|If you look closely, you will notice the different coloured threads on each circle.|
|I had extra wool left over, so I added the red and white boarder, but it was not called for in the pattern.|
|Looks great doesn't it?|
|Lots of room for us all to snuggle down under.|
|I never noticed how the lamp is not quite centered under the mirror.|