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Patchwork Afghan

By: Craft Yarn Council of America

Use a free knitting pattern like this one to make a fun Patchwork Afghan that'll add a homey touch to any room in your house. It's knit with two strands of color throughout and makes for a great couch throw or bedspread. This easy knit blanket pattern is easy to customize in terms of size and color. Cuddle up with your loved one in the Patchwork Afghan!

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size13 or 9 mm

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

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This looks like a simple pattern to work up, and since you use two strands held together it should be nice and soft. I especially like that you work strips of blocks, then sew the strips together, rather than making individual blocks and having to sew them all together. A good stash buster project!

It reads to me as if you don't "end" a square, just change colors and continue the strip

Just want to know how to end each block for right now

You don't "end" in blocks-you continue on in strips-there are 7 colour sections per strip and 5 strips-you end the strip and when you have them all done, you sew the strips together. I'm just finishing my 4th one for another christmas gift and it is a great stashbuster and not an intermediate pattern at all-my new knitters in my knitting group are all making them! Hope this helps.

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