Knitted Patchwork Recipe

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Knitted Patchwork Recipe Pattern

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Knitting: Knitted Patchwork Recipe
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Knitted Patchwork Recipe iMake's Sock Yarn Patchwork
Knitted Patchwork Recipe iMake's Sock Yarn Patchwork
Knitted Patchwork Recipe iMake's Sock Yarn Patchwork
Knitted Patchwork Recipe iMake's Sock Yarn Patchwork

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Other

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • pick up stitches
  • cable cast on
  • long tail cast on
  • k2tog
  • k2tog tbl

Pattern Description:

This knitting "recipe" is for a mitered square project. What you do with your lovely mitered squares is completely up to you. You could make a blanket, a scarf, a cushion cover... the possibilities are endless.

This recipe was originally written for sock yarn, however, you could use any weight yarn. Just make sure you use the same weight yarn (or thereabouts) for each square.

If you are interested in joining a leisurely, long-term knitalong for a mitered square project then read on to the end of the recipe. There is also an opportunity for swapping and sharing leftover yarn.

Each square uses a very small amount of sock yarn - a ball about the size of a walnut.

***Update 14 May 2014 - some people have been having problems downloading the pattern - if this is you, please email me and I will send you the PDF: imakegsy@gmail.com***
***Update 28 June 2014 - if you receive an email that the pattern has been updated, it has not, I am just uploading the pattern again to try and stop the download issues. There is no new version.***

Materials:

  • 2.75mm straight knitting needles (US size 2)
  • yarn needle/tapestry needle
  • stitch marker
  • sock yarn

About Designer

About Designer

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Guernsey, Channel Islands
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I am a blogger, podcaster and knitwear designer based in Guernsey who enjoys lots of crafts. You can find out more about me at www.imakegsy.com.

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