This is one sweet little blanket, knit from corner to corner with a saw-tooth and eyelet border. Simple and elegant, versatile and neutral, made with Neighborhood Fiber's Worsted; generous, squooshy, color saturated loveliness.
It could as easily be made from any weight yarn and made larger or smaller. Simply cast on as directed, work to a triangle that is half of the size desired (or until just over half of the yarn remains) and begin to decrease as directed. I estimate that you'd need about 900 yards of DK to make a 30 inch square.
9 stitches and 18 rows = 2 inches in garter stitch
700 yards of Worsted weight
Nell Ziroli lives in Atlanta in a little house on a hill
with her youngest daughter Haley. She comes from a family of knitters and otherwise crafty people. Nell has been knitting, teaching and designing for as long as she can remember. You can see some of her designs on her blog