Blue And White Afghan


Blue And White Afghan


The Blue And White Afghan is a great choice for knitters who enjoy a vintage style.The two-toned knitting pattern can add a colorful flair to any room in the house. This gorgeous blanket is perfect for a little boy's room or any room that needs a pop of sky blue. The Blue and White Afghan is a modern classic that will look great wherever you display it.


Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Trying to upload the pic again.

I made this in gold and white back in the 70's and I still have it. I also made one in Turquoise and white with pillows to match also in the 70's, for my in-laws. That one was passed down to my daughter - no idea where it is now. -( It was fun to do and easy. My picture taking isn't very good but here's a pic.

This is a cool retro look afghan that brings me back to my childhood. The only thing I don't like about making it, though, is having to seam all the panels together lengthwise. But maybe I can get past my reluctance for sewing seams and make this as a gift for someone.

Utterly gorgeous. I can't wait to make this one, winter is coming up in June so I've got a good couple of months to finish it, perfect timing. :D

@ leanorrose 2534212: The (4) stands for the yarn weight. On many commercial yarn labels, yarns are numbered according to weight. Worsted or aran yarns are generally labeled #4. Hope this helps! -- Editors of AllFreeKnitting

LIKE THIS PATTERN i don"t understand what the four (4) means. How many yards of yarn does it take. I would guess more than four skeinsbr Thanx.

@leanorrose 2534212 - The pattern doesn't list the yarn amount in terms of length. The pattern calls for 6, 6oz (170g) skeins of Dark Color and 4, 6oz skeins of Light Color.

The print in the pattern is so small that I can't read it. How can I cut and paste to enlarge it. I'm pretty technology illiterate on this Windows7 lap top. I do have Office 7 with micro word or works.

If you have Windows 7 click "Ctrl and +". Each time you click the combo your on screen print enlarges; to decrease it just click 'Ctrl and -' (minus). If you are printing it when there is a 'printer icon' at the top of article click on it instead of using 'Ctrl + P'. This should help to resolve your problems. If you must use cut and paste 'Ctrl + C' will copy and 'Ctrl + V' paste.


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