Morse Code Afghan

Overview

The client wanted an afghan based on my Morse Code Wrap, which is an asymmetrical triangle. To make an afghan I adapted the shape to be a parallelogram (see last image) in order to maintain the ruffled edge. The piece is approximately three-and-a-half feet wide by 11 feet long. Here's a photo of it in the client's home.

Why is it called Morse Code? The pattern instructions refer to the repeated elements as dashes and dots, here shown in the off-white yarn.

Yarn is lusciously soft merino wool: Maxima from Manos del Uruguay, a fair-trade women's collective.

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