Invierno

Posted by on Jan 16, 2011 in Patterns | 0 comments

 

About

  • Finished Size: 51″ (53″) / 130cm (135cm) per side.
  • Yarn: Patons Wool Blend Aran (202 yd / 185m) per skein, 8 (9) skeins
  • Needle: US8 / 5mm
  • Gauge:
    • Main body – 17st – 10cm / 4”
    • First border – 12st (1 patt rep) – 6.5cm / 2.5”
    • Second border – 14st (2 patt rep) – 10cm / 4”
    • Third border – 16st – 10cm / 4”
    • Last border – At the height of the scallop, 10cm / 4”. Gauge is not critical for this border
  • Notions: Markers, Cable Needle, Scissors, Tapestry Needle, Waste Yarn and Crochet Hook for last border Provisional Cast On. Waste yarn for lifelines (optional)
  • Main square is constructed flat, stitches are picked up and worked in the round, increasing steadily through all borders. Last border is worked sideways to create a beautiful scalloped edge as well as avoiding a very long bind off.

 

  • Full Colour PDF document spanning 6 pages (black & white printer compatible)
  • Pattern is featured with Charts as well as Written Instructions.
  • Difficulty Level 4/5 (intermediate knitter with experience at large scale projects)

 

Skills

  • Knit
  • Purl
  • Worked In the Round – centre square, final border
  • Worked Flat – first 3 borders
  • Cables
  • Lace
  • Yarn Overs
  • Decreases – ssk, k2tog
  • Provisional Cast On.
  • Slipped stitches
  • Short Rows
  • Grafting

 

FAQs

Q Woah that’s a huge blanket…. can I make it smaller??

A If you use DK or 4 ply yarn you will make a blanket adequate in size for a child’s bed or a toddler playing mat.

Q Is gauge extremely critical?

A Nope. The blanket will be blocked to size in the end, so as long as you’re consistent border to border, it’ll be all good.

 

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