The completed puzzle afghan posted a few weeks ago was the kick I needed to get going on my project. I'd put it aside for a bit as I was working on items for a fund raiser, but that was done a few weeks ago. The afghan doesn't need to be done until November, for my grandson Levi's 4th birthday, who is in the Autism Spectrum. He loves the bright colors I'm using, and when I go babysit for him, he loves to "help" by picking what color piece I should make next, and he'll hold the skein of yarn and pull yarn out as I need it. He also clicks the row counter for me. It's nice to have this hold his attention. This view is from the bottom up. I have 9 more rows to do. I knit enough pieces for a row, then attach them. That way I won't have a zillion pieces to do all at once.
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