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My 'Spock Rocks!' afghan

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Fabulous! I love your afghan! Great job! :cheer

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Fascinating!

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Nice! I haven't used any of my afghan hooks in so long, I would have to take a refresher course, and this may be the inspiration I needed.

 

Thanks for sharing.

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that looks great

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That is awesome! I havent' seen the new movie yet either, but want to really bad!

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Love Love Love It!!! By the way, new movie is amazing!!

 

Live long and prosper!

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That's Awesome! And, I really enjoyed the new Star Trek, it was just campy enough, while still full of action and excitement.

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WOW!!! I can only dream of making something like that!

Looks absolutely perfect!

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excellent workmanship on this one and it is just beautiful.

 

May you live long and prosper!

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That's great! Leonard and Susan would love it!

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Hello, I want to create this "Spock Rocks" afghan for my younger sister who is a huge Star Trek fan, I'm talking true blue trekkie here! It seems that there is no pattern or instruction on how to make this. I went to Pink Raygun and copied the stencil, then went to Microrevots knitpro graphting page to get the grid. Now I'm looking at this piece of paper and wondering what to do next. The squares are tiny and run from 1 to 120 X 1 through 137, I'm at a lose at this point. Can you please help me with what to do next, what's the best way to tackle this project, or should I say a "labor of love"!! I'm not sure if it's all single or 1/2 double crochet. I've measured out the size I would like to make this as 4'-2" X 3'.

 

Your expertise in the matter would be so greatly appreciated, Thank You!!

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WOWEE WOW WOW WOW!!! Love this!  

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I love this! I'll have to make sure never to show anything this awesome to my husband or else he might start bothering me to make him one of these! 

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Insanely awesome

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My younger sister is a die hard Trekkie, all the way, besides her regular Christmas tree, she also has a smaller Star Trek themed one, it's increadible. So when I saw this afghan I knew I had to make it for her birthday, and so I did. I have to say though that I don't know how the heck your reverse side is so neat and tidy, because mine looked like a flight plan at the airport so I didn't photograph it due to embarrassment. Mind you, I never heard of the tunesian stitch, let alone tried it so it was an adventure in learning that I enjoyed immensly.

 

Since completing Mr. Spock, I've had a request from my daughter to make a Simba blanket for one of her friends baby, which I'm working on now. If anyone wants to learn this stitch style, Youtube has the best tutorials on how to, that's how I learned, it's awesome!! All I have to say is that I'm hooked on this stitch style!!

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