Joinery Blanket by Holli Yeoh

Joinery Blanket

August 2020
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch, blocked
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1380 - 6940 yards (1262 - 6346 m)
Baby (Child, Lap, Throw, Twin, Double/Queen)
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Modular joins become a design element in this textural, single-colour blanket. Diagonal lines play across the surface to create an interesting knit and visually pleasing graphic that looks great on both sides, making the blanket reversible.

Worked entirely in Garter Stitch, narrow strips made on the bias are joined to the blanket as they’re worked. The pattern is easy to memorize and can be knit almost entirely from the assembly diagram once the modules are mastered.

This pattern includes written directions, detailed instructions for working modular joins, assembly diagram, and a “colour it yourself” sheet to design your own colourway.

Finished Measurements
Baby: 26 x 43” / 66 x 109 cm
Child: 35 x 54” / 89 x 137 cm
Lap: 39 x 60” / 99 x 152.5 cm
Throw: 48 x 72” / 122 x 183 cm
Twin: 57 x 84” / 145 x 213.5 cm
Double/Queen: 65 x 96” / 165 x 244 cm
Shown in the Throw size.

Worsted weight yarn; 1380 (2250, 2760, 3945, 5340, 6940) yd / 1265 (2055, 2525, 3610, 4880, 6345) m

Shown in Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Superwash (affiliate link) (100% Superwash Wool; 110 yards/50g), Fjord, 13 (21, 26, 36, 49, 64) skeins.

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Substitution Notes
Choose a worsted weight yarn with easy care instructions. While a wool blend or superwash wool minimizes the number of ends to sew in if the spit splicing technique is used, an acrylic blanket will be easy to launder.

Modular knitting, cabled cast on, all knit sts (garter st only), increases/decreases, working modular sections from a diagram and written instructions, applied i-cord, no seams.

Helpful Links
Modular Chevron Tutorial
How to spit splice two colours together and minimize the number of ends to sew in.

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