wip: politically incorrect blanket

12 12 2014

if you’re looking for a project to take along to stitch n bitch… this would be it!

this rainbow colored mitred square blanket is knit in garter stitch; it’s a very impressive project that is not at all difficult to knit. the only skills that you will need are: casting on, picking up stitches, and switching colors. As for the bad part: there are a hell of a lot of ends to weave in…

what a perfect project for hosting stitch n bitch! i could put it down at a moments notice and then pick it up without missing a beat. the only time i had to pause was to count the number of stitches before i began another square. it’s also proven to be a great project to knit while i listen to my audiobooks (the outlander series… in case you’re wondering. i plan to listen to all of the audio books in the series and then purchase the final one. i estimate i have over 100 hours of listening to go. i wonder what i will listen to after that?).




4 responses

2 12 2015

Which mitered square pattern did you use? Looks great!

8 04 2016

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1 05 2016

Seems you have a joker in the last reply… Don’t follow the link, its porn :(. Sorry that I did … but thought you’d like to know so you can remove it. Other blogs screen the comments first. You might want to look into that.

5 12 2016

I really love your blanket and would like to know how many colours you used? I am also a knitter and audio book listener. Did you know you can download free books from the library?
Anyway would love to hear from you

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