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Mitred Blanket (Modular Knitting) with Ute



Always wondered what to do with your worsted weight yarn leftovers?  This project lends itself for you to use some of those leftovers.  The sample in the picture used about 32 colors.  Color coordinate your leftovers and any amount will work.  Buy to match what you have.  

The workshops will introduce you to the concept modular knitting, using mitered, log cabin and modular design.   What is modular knitting?  Basically what it sounds like, any form of knitting that joins multiple pieces (modules) of knit fabric together by picking up stitches.   


We will be introducing a host of techniques, such as splicing ends, cable cast on, join as you go, weaving ends in while you are knitting etc. We will be working on a 6x7 square blanket (42 squares total). It is a good lap-size or baby blanket.

 

Beginners are welcome, but you need basic knowledge of knitting and purling. Join us on this adventure and let’s have some fun.  


Materials:

Pattern: We will be using multiple patterns.  Most are free and links will be provided, but if you would like to knit the star, you need to purchase the Sawtooth Quilt Bonnet by Fox and Folk available on Ravelry.  


Worsted weight yarn about 600g


interlocking stitch holders


Needles:  US 7






Materials Included: no
Requirements: Must know how to cast on, knit, and purl
Instructor: Ute
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