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Finished with a Big Bang!

The Big Bang Theory inspired afghan is done!!

This was a super fast, really fun project to do.


I used a size G hook, and a bunch of random colors that I had too much of to toss.

An incomplete list of all the colors include:

  • Red
  • Orange
  • Coral
  • Light Pink
  • Dark Pink
  • Bright Blue
  • Pale Blue
  • Medium Blue ? (I had a lot of blues)
  • Teal
  • Light green
  • Green
  • Dark green
  • Light purple
  • Dark Purple
  • Yellow

Yeah- it is an afghan of many freaking colors.

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Marlow decided that he didn’t need to move while I was attempting to get photos of the afghan- and he wasn’t happy (for once) to have his picture taken- so this post will not only be filled with images of the finished project- but of my puppy giving you the stink eye. 


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This blanket turned out waaaaay bigger than I had originally planned- which if fine by me because that means that the hubster and I should both be able to use it without much hassle (can you imagine how many issues Sheldon would have sharing a blanket? HA!)


This is Marlow telling me that I have taken enough pictures. Silly doggy- there is never enough pictures!!!


I think this is the best afghan for our couch because all the random colors match the pillows. On a side note- I love the green embroidery pillow, it is our newest addition and I was able to find it at a thrift store for 7 bucks! woot woot!

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For the details of what I did, you can check out the now completed tutorial or check it out on Ravelry!


Lemme know what you think!

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