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Midwinter Blanket KAL by Martin Storey

Rowan

Yarn Brand
Color
Pattern Only
Clay Ginger Seafarer Avocado Pine Cinnamon & Scarlet
Clay & Seafarer
Clay & Scarlet
Pine & Clay
PRE-ORDER any 2 colors

It's never too early to start planning the festivities, especially when it comes to handcrafting the perfect gift like this beautiful holiday inspired blanket by Martin Storey.  This stunning heirloom afghan features six holiday inspired Fair Isle squares in several color options.  The blanket is made by creating each square using Intarsia and/or Fair Isle techniques to reduce long floats on the back side.  The squares are then seamed together an the edging is applied last.

Join the Knit Along now!  KAL started on August 17th!  Order now so that you are ready for the Cast-Off party on October 12th.  To sign up for this Knit Along, please go to the Rowan Connect platform to sign up and receive each pattern release as well as tutorials.

Kit includes pdf & printed pattern and selected yarn. 

 DK Weight

DESIGNER RECOMMENDED YARN: Felted Tweed DK by Rowan (50% Merino Wool / 25% Rayon / 25% Alpaca; 50g/191yds): 5 Skeins Main Color (MC), & 2 Skeins Color D, & 1 Skein Colors B, C, E & F. Shown in Clay (MC) with Ginger, Seafarer, Avocado, Pine Cinnamon & Rage. 2 tone afghans require 5 Skeins MC & 4 Skeins Color B.  Shown in Aluminum & Tawny.  Or Scree & Carbon.

SIZE: One Size
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Individual Squares- 6" each & Blanket - 31" x 43"
YARDAGE: 1,719-2,101 total yards
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate-colorwork, picking up stitches, seaming.  Each block is a combination of Fair-Isle and Intarsia colorwork to reduce long floats on the back of the project.

NEEDLES: Size US 5 / 3.75mm straight or circular needle & US 3 / 3.25mm 40" circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
OTHER TOOLS: Stitch Markers, Stitch holders or waste yarn, Tapestry Needle
GAUGE: 26 sts x 27 rows = 4" in patterned stockinette stitch (blocked) on larger needle.

Images courtesy of Rowan



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