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Pineapple Knit Afghan

By: Craft Yarn Council of America

Make an intermediate knitting afghan pattern for someone you know. The Pineapple Knit Afghan is a beautiful peach-colored knit blanket pattern that will add a sweet and tropical touch to any room in your house. This free knitting pattern uses two different sizes of knitting needles. Wrap yourself in the Pineapple Knit Afghan so you can daydream about the beach any time of the year without getting cold!

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size5 or 3.75 mm, 7 or 4.5 mm

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

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This is one of those old fashioned patterns that still looks beautiful today. It's pretty in the melon color in the picture but I'm sure it would be just as nice in almost any solid color. I would probably choose a sage green color, or aqua, or maybe go darker with a chocolate brown.

The ends are knit with smaller needles and fewer stitches. Why? I have never seen this before.

Thank you for the information about the pattern. I can't wait to get started on this one. I'm just finishing the Stained Glass Afghan and it is so beautiful. I will do this pineapple one in a misty green. Thanks again and I'll watch for your comments as you progress with yours.

I Love this pattern and am not having any trouble with it. I found it easy to do. I use stitch markers so I know when to change pattern. I used Caron One Pound yarn in Peach504 also I write out what row I am working on because the pineapple pattern is done for 54 rows and the diamond for 12 rows it helps me to keep track. I am about half way done and it is beautiful. I think it will take 3 of the Caron as I bought 2 and have completed 3 pineapple and have use about 1 1/2 pounds of yarn. I wish I could post a picture for you to see. I found this pattern easier to do than I first thought. For me it is a piece of cake and I am not a experienced knitter.

I have just purchased my yarn to make this afghan and was planning to start it next week. Did you get help with the problems? I will have enough trials when I start it and do not need any problems with the pattern. Thanks for your help and I hope you are having fun while knitting.

Hi Elaine - The best way to get help with this pattern would be to post your questions here in the comments section. Our readers are usually very helpful and may be able to walk you through the pattern. -The editors of AllFreeKnitting

There are some problems with this pattern. How do I get help with it.br br Elaine Cookbr

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