Knitting, knit flat, lace techniques, basic increases & decreases
Because this blanket is an “everything but the kitchen sink,” you can use stash or leftover yarns and supplement with additional yarns. You could also work the entire blanket in one yarn for a toned down look. Let your imagination run wild! This is a great stash buster project, and you can throw in leftover partial skeins too!!! You can also mix and match yarns in the sections however you wish—just remember to adjust yardage accordingly. The afghan works as a sampler where you get to try a new stitch every 20 rows or so. There is a little plain knitting, some lace, and a fun and funky loop stitch.
1315 yards/1203 meters total
Yarn A: Main yarn in afghan 660 yards/604 meters
Yarn B: Textured yarn in afghan 85 yards/78 meters
Yarn C: Worsted weight 224 yards/205 meters
Yarn D: Second textured yarn 150 yards/138 meters
Yarn E: Second worsted weight: 196 yards/180 meters
2.5 sts / 2 rows over St st = 1 inch
or size needed to get gauge
US 11 (8mm) 32" circulars or size needed to get gauge
2 Stitch markers
53"W x 59"
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