I finished the afghan made with left-over sock yarn. It only took from September 2009 to May 2013. Never again. Way too much work to sow together. I kept procrastinating and then the dreaded moth invasion happened and thus the afghan was smaller than anticipated. It still ended up a good size. In order to stabilize the edges of the afghan, I single crocheted one row and then did the crab stitch. It'll keep my son-in-law warm when he takes his naps. The photo is without the edging. I was so glad to be done with it that I forgot to take a picture.
I still have odds and ends of sock yarn. They will be made into much needed socks for the Kazakhstan kids.
A retired psychologist living in North Western Michigan. I was born in Calw, Baden Wuerttemberg and lived in Bad Teinach for a while. I've also lived in Zweibruecken, Germany, southern and northern England and in the US in California, Ohio and finally ended up in Michigan.