Thursday, July 19, 2012

Knit Mitered Square Blanket Tutorial Revision

I've been working on my knit mitered square blanket and have added a lot more photos and directions at the end of my original tutorial.  Some people have had questions about the pattern, so I thought it was time that I clarify the directions and take some better photos.   

You can find the directions here.   The link is also on my sidebar under Tutorials and Patterns. 


This is what I have done so far. 



To take some better photos for my tutorial, I started these two scarves.  The scarf on the left with the two mitered squares offset in a zig-zag pattern was my daughter's idea.  I really like this scarf.   I think the scarf on the right might end up being too wide so I might rework it to look like the scarf on the left.


You can really do a lot with a basket full of leftover sock yarn.  A lot of this came from trading with friends which I think makes a project extra special.

I hope you will check out my tutorial.  If you have any questions, please feel free to email me.

Thanks for stopping by for a visit.

I hope you are finding some time to stitch today! 

8 comments:

Pokey said...

I am not a knitter, but this sure is pretty! I thought I was looking at a quilt with tiny pieced strips at first. You have a real charmer in this project ~
:-}pokey

Jodi said...

I agree with Pokey! It's beautiful and modern! I can't knit and have never been a real fan of afghans, but this I love!

Janet O. said...

I learned to knit at about age 10, but didn't stick with it. My mother did quite a bit of knitting, but never anything like this! It is beautiful--and it boggles my mind!

Barb said...

Wow....looks fabulous!! looks hard but fabulous!

Cyn ;-) said...

Love all the color bits. Trading yarn is fun to do... I have a huge sack [won't fit in a pretty basket!] waiting for something. Maybe your pattern is just the thing. Too hot to knit right now. Thanks for writing the tute!

quiltcat said...

that looks very wonderful what you are knitting.
I will also make this one, have many rests from socks.
have a good day
mg elfriede

Quilter Kathy said...

This is soooo cool! I love each photo you posted and wish I enjoyed knitting more!

Mama Pea said...

This is really cool! Reminds me of a Kaffe Fassett quilt/knit project!

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