Earlier, I'd spoken of Lisa's Thank-You Afghan squares and also a tawashi in the form of a hyperbolic ball (or a hyperballic tawashi, as I've dubbed it). The Lisa's Thank-You Afghan is very straightforward to understand. You see, I don't leave home often, but when I do; I can't always take my dogs. So Lisa, my landlady, feeds the furrbees. So I wanted to do a Thank-You Afghan of bright colors for her, since she loves bright colors. In the background, you can see a sample of some fifteen square inch granny squares that I've been completing so that I can soon piece it together and then give it to her. The little ruffly pieces that are dotting a few, were my early attempts to do the hyperball; which as I pointed out, is not really meant to be a ball form, turned round and round but that it was to be turned as in flipped row by row. I'll post pix of Lisa's Thank-You when I am thru. Hope you've had a great weekend! And a good week to come!