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Mountain Mists Afghan
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This gorgeous knit blanket pattern features bold colors in an alternating half square design. The Mountain Mists Afghan celebrates the beauty of purple mountains majesty by incorporating multiple shades of purple into this pretty stitch design. This afghan would make a great statement piece in your living or family room draped over a couch or chair. It'd also be a beautiful, warm winter blanket to display at the end of your bed. Wherever you choose to place it, the Mountain Mists Afghan is sure to turn heads.
Knitting Needle Size15 or 10 mm
Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)
Size: About 45 x 54 in. (114.5 x 137 cm)
LION BRAND HOMETOWN USA (Art. #135)
- #170 Las Vegas Gold 3 balls (A)
- #148 Portland Wine 3 balls (B)
- #144 Seattle Sea Mist 3 balls (C)
- #215 Little Rock Granite 3 balls (D)
- #145 Denver Rocky Mountain 3 balls (E)
- or colors of your choice
- LION BRAND® knitting needles size 15 (10 mm)
- LION BRAND® large-eyed blunt needle
Gauge: 9 sts + 16 rows = about 4 in. (10 cm) in Garter st (k every row). BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR GAUGE.
When you match the gauge in a pattern, your project will be the size specified in the pattern and the materials specified in the pattern will be sufficient. If it takes you fewer stitches and rows to match the gauge, try using a smaller size hook or needles; if more stitches and rows, try a larger size hook or needles.
1. Five strips are worked separately, then sewed together to make the Afghan.
2. Each Strip is worked in triangle sections created by picking up sts across the previous triangle.
3. When changing color, do not cut old color(s)
until instructed. Carry color not in use along side edge of piece, ready for the next time you need it.
With D, cast on 20 sts.
Row 1 (WS-first stripe): With D, knit.
Change to E.
Row 2 (RS-second stripe): With E, k to last 3 sts, k2tog, p1 – 19 sts at the end of this row.
Row 3: With E, sl 1, k to end of row.
Change to D.
Rows 4 and 5: With D, rep Rows 2 and 3 – 18 sts.
Change to E.
Rows 6-33: Rep last 4 rows 7 times – 4 sts at the end of Row 33.
Row 34: With E, rep Row 2 – 3 sts at the end of this row.
Row 35: With E, k3tog. Do not cut D or E.
Change to A. Work Triangle #2 with A only.
Set-Up (RS): Pick up and k25 sts evenly spaced across diagonal edge of Triangle #1.
Row 1 (WS): Knit.
Row 2: Sl 1, k2tog, k to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1 – 23 sts.
Row 3: K to last st, p1.
Rows 4-21: Rep last 2 rows 9 times – 5 sts at the end of Row 21.
Row 22: Sl 1, k3tog, k1 – 3 sts.
Row 23: K3tog. Fasten off and cut A.
With RS facing and D, pick up and k20 sts evenly spaced across top edge of Triangle #2.
Rep working Triangle #1 and Triangle #2 alternately until a total of 12 Triangles have been completed. Fasten off.
Make same as Strip I, using D for 1st stripe and C for 2nd stripe of Triangle #1, and B for Triangle #2.
Make same as Strip I, using A for 1st stripe and E for 2nd stripe of Triangle #1, and C for Triangle #2.
Make same as Strip I, using B for 1st stripe and A for 2nd stripe of Triangle #1, and D for Triangle #2.
Make same as Strip I, using C for 1st stripe and B for 2nd stripe of Triangle #1, and E for Triangle #2.
Sew Strips together in the following order: I, II, III, IV, V.
Weave in ends.
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Apr 08, 2018
Do you start the second triangle at. the apex (where the first one ended,or at the bottom? Do you fasten off after the k3tog on the 1st triangle?
Apr 09, 2018
Hi kdhughes46, it is my understanding that you do fasten off after the k3tog on the 1st triangle, and then you pick up the stitches off of the diagonal part of the first triangle, and so you would start the second triangle off from the diagonal part, or the longest side, and work your way down to the opposite tip. However, I recommend contacting Lion Brand so they can confirm for you. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting
Jul 04, 2017
This is a very interesting afghan pattern. Even though you have to seam the strips together, I like it better than other patterns where you make the blocks individually and then have to seam them all together. I like the purple shades in the picture but would probably combine them with colors other than gold and brown.
Mar 29, 2014
I am trying to make this but I'm not sure if I am doing something wrong or if the pattern is wrong. In the first triangle it says to purl the rows which creates a stockinette effect. The picture of the finished afghan doesn't look like that to me. Could someone please tell me if I am doing this wrong. I want mine to look like the picture. Thanks.
Aug 03, 2014
what you are doing is incorrect-according to the pattern directions this is all knit-there are no purl rows.
Oct 30, 2013
Do you have the pattern for Mountain Mist Afghan in crochet?
Oct 30, 2013
Do you have the pattern for doing Mountain Mist Afghan in crochet?
Nov 22, 2013
Maybe try a crochet website-this is a knitting website.
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