Thursday, March 22, 2012

Bernat CAL Clue #4 Results

So, I'm a bit behind on the CAL.  Not too far, but far enough that I'm going to just have to pick up where I am and show you what I have done so far and then play catch up as I have time.

These motifs are my results for Clue #4
You can find the links to the all the clues at the bottom of this post.

This week's clue used only Contrast D yarn which happens to be Pale Yellow for this afghan.


I learned a new stitch with this clue.  The Popcorn Stitch.  It was really fun to learn a new technique and actually be able to figure it out :)


Making these motifs with a Popcorn Stitch in Pale Yellow yarn was a bit ironic and worked perfectly.  Movie Theatre Popcorn, anyone?


I have started Clue #5 but only have 2 out of 4 motifs done.  Hopefully they will be finished in time for me to share them with you next week.

You can find Clue #1 HERE.
You can find Clue #2 HERE.
You can find Clue #3 HERE.
You can find Clue #4 HERE.


Don't forget that I'm also making a second CAL afghan for one of my very special blog readers to be determined at the end of the CAL :)

If you're participating in the CAL and have a blog post featuring your blocks, please make sure to leave a link in the comment section.  I'd love to see your work!

Happy Crocheting!

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