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Big Block Easy Afghan


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Pattern Details

Just like a giant basket weave pattern, only easier! This is fun to make and after you have a few block rows done , you will remember the pattern easily. This is knitted in worsted weight yarn, and knitting needles US # 10.5. The easy in working this pattern, make this knit up fast! Finished size is about 50 inches by 54 inches. There are hints included on how to knit up one for a twin bed cover! GAUGE 4 sts. and 5 rows to the inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximately 50" x 54" SUGGESTED YARN 250 yards of Worsted weight COLORWAY Knitter's Choice

Supplies Needed

  • Worsted weight yarn, about six 6 oz. skeins, One 36" circular needle, size 10 1/2

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