Welcome to the business and personal website of me, Jan Burch - aka Jan4insight - owner & practitioner of Geo-Glow Consulting. Call me a “Renaissance woman” > My business aims to be your go-to source for holistic energy work and intuitive readings. My creative side makes (and sells!) gorgeous one-of-a-kind handcrafts and fabulously colorful print-on-demand gifts and more. Here at my site, you can find me on the Web, order a reading, learn more about my energy work services, and check in with my occasional musings. Legal stuff: This site uses cookies, and some posts may contain affiliate links. Thank you very much.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Blue Lace Afghan is DONE and Listed for Sale!

A few weeks ago, I tempted you with pictures of my Blue Lace Afghan in progress. At that time I only had four squares sewn together, and a few more in half-completed. Now I'm happy to announce ~ Blue Lace Afghan is DONE and she's available for purchase at my Zibbet shop!

This afghan is truly a beautiful way to keep warm this winter! The velvety-soft, excruciatingly-thick texture just begs to be touched. Best of all - for all its beauty - Blue Lace Afghan is a trooper that can be machine washed and dried, and will last a lifetime looking as beautiful as the day she was finished!
In the pictures below, you can see how the yarn's delicate shades of frosty blue drift pleasingly across the afghan. Now, if blue is not your color - talk to me! This pattern can be made in your choice of a HUGE range of colors. The size can be adjusted, and the border can be changed to give a more unisex appearance. This is a piece that can be customized to your specification! Just end an email to burchjan@gmail.com with your request, and we'll take it from there!

In this picture, you can see the fine stitch pattern with the varying shades of blue. Remember, you can choose your color on custom orders And don't let the "holes" in the pattern make you think it's drafty. This super-thick and soft, afghan-friendly yarn will keep you cozy on those chilly winter nights!
I hope you will love the Blue Lace Afghan, and that she finds her new home soon. Now, on to the next projects ~ I can't wait to show them to you, but you'll have to be a little bit patient to find out what they are, heh heh:-)

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