This is the blankie on my Hague linker getting the last rows linked/joined together.
This is it thrown on to the sewing table ready to get those ends dealt with. Because I'd caught most of them in when I was joining the blankie they could simply be cut off. There were actually very few that needed sewn in. Whoopeee!
This is the back of the blankie. I like how the linked edges have made ridges so that each hexagon now looks almost like a wee saucer!
This is the front of the blankie on the table.
Then I took it down to the living room where the floor made a great place to lay it out. It's interesting to see how those 6 dark purple ones really catch the eye.
Or maybe it's the yellow ones that catch the eye?
I haven't decided if I'll do half hexies for the short ends or not. If I was doing it for a competition - which I most assuredly am not!! - I'd maybe do the halfs (halves??) but this if for us to cuddle under when it's chilly or for Tilly to lie on or for just admiring the colours so I'm thinking maybe I'll just leave it as it is and simply enjoy it.
I am so pleased with the blankie - and even more pleased that I joined it with the Hague linker. I know that, if I was joining it by hand, I probably wouldn't even have all the single hexies joined into rows by now, never mind having it finished. I love it! :o)