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Valley Yarns 512 Timber Blanket

Four large garter stitch mitered squares surrounded by log cabin borders create a peaceful and cozy minimalist blanket reminiscent of wood grain.

Finished Measurements: 36 (48, 60)” square (shown in size 48”)
Yarn: 9 (15, 24) skeins Valley Yarns Berkshire (85% wool/15% alpaca, 100g/141yd) color Dk Brown Heather
Needles: US size 9 (5.5mm) 40” circular needles or size needed to get gauge
Gauge: 4 sts and 8 rows = 1” in garter stitch

Author:
Kirsten Hipsky
$4.99 - $5.49 each
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Valley Yarns512 Timber Blanket
 
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3.0

Losing a stitch per row??

By Laura

from Annapolis, MD

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        Comments about Valley Yarns 512 Timber Blanket:

        I just started knitting this afghan and noticed I am losing one stitch per row. Since the instructions are to K2To, the SL 2 but with no YO, there is a reduction each row. Is this intended or a mistake? Also, how many rows should be in each square? This is not specified.

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        5.0

        Beautiful blanket

        By Tina "I live to knit" Hoffman

        from Lynnwood, WA

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        • Knits Quickly
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            Comments about Valley Yarns 512 Timber Blanket:

            My nephew is getting married, and I decided I wanted to give him and his bride a hand-knit gift. I had originally thought I'd like to knit a "patchwork sampler" blanket or throw. But the more I thought about it, the less I liked the idea for a wedding gift. I wanted something polished, and beautiful. I searched multiple websites, but every project I found had something I didn't quite like. Too complicated, materials sounded itchy, not pretty enough. Then I found this Timber Blanket. The pattern seemed simple enough for me, but with a couple of new techniques and effects that I hadn't tried before, so I knew I would have enough to interest me without being overwhelmed. The two decreases, slanting in apposite ways, side by side creates such a clean line - well, it looks SO beautiful and impressive, and it has been so simple and pleasant to work on. I will be proud to give this as a gift, and I'm already planning another for yet another nephew who will be planning his wedding next year.

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