Blanket Squares 22 – 33

Blankets

I’ve been on holiday for the last two weeks, enjoying a whole load of craftwork, knitting, visiting friends and avoiding paperwork. In the midst of all this, I finally completed my wtp posts for a whole load more ‘squares’ that I finished for the blanket. Most of them involve closed cables, and two were were quite tricky (‘teetering ovals’ and ‘balanced rings’). These two involved 7 st decreases on one row followed by 7 st increases on the next at the same position in the row – a bit of a pain to do evenly!

There are two more swatches I’d like to do from Barbara Walker’s third treasury – the spider and the turtle. These have already been done by someone else on the Walker Treasury Project blog, so they’ll just be appearing here in due course. After those two, I think I’ll play with the other book I picked up at the same time.

Large Lacy Cables - blocked Large Lacy Cables

Small Ring Small Ring

Example B-1: Large Ring, Plain Example B-1: Large Ring, Plain

Example B-2: Large Ring with Ribbing Example B-2: Large Ring with Ribbing

Example B-3: Large Ring with Two Ribs Example B-3: Large Ring with Two Ribs

Example B-3: Large Ring with Two Ribs Example B-3: Large Ring with Two Ribs

Example B-4: Large Ring with Fan Ribs Example B-4: Large Ring with Fan Ribs

Example B-5: Large ring with three ribs Example B-5: Large ring with three ribs

Peace Peace

Reef Knot Reef Knot

Balanced Rings Balanced Rings

Teetering Ovals Teetering Ovals

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2 thoughts on “Blanket Squares 22 – 33

  1. The top one is just beautiful! Really really cool. It’s amazing what you can do with yarn and needles… It would probably make a really nice schawl/stole. Good job!

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