FOs are flying off the needles here. If one can fly slowly. This mini afghan was started in March shortly after attending the Brier in London.
Our previous TV-watching Afghan was lacey, holey, heavily fringed and delicate. It ended it's life with messy, tangled fringe and a giant hole where Fred's big toe rested. This Afghan I decided had to be more serviceable than ornate. More sturdy than delicate. More closed stitched than lacey. Patons had the perfect pattern.
Knit on 15mm needles, in stockinet stitch, holding together four strands of their Shetland Chunky (I substituted Cascade Eco), a non-curling edge and simple giant tassels on each corner, it would be perfect.