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Polygon

Knitting
August 2016
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
850 - 3000 yards (777 - 2743 m)
29.5 (35, 40.5, 51.5)" wide by 37.5 (47, 56.5, 75.5)" long
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Polygon - by Tin Can Knits



Remember in math class when you learned all those different shape names? Not really? Meet polygon, a blanket of scrumptious garter hexagons.



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Pattern Info

Sizing
Each hexagon measures approximately 5.5” across, and the border is 1” wide. The blanket pictured requires 32 full hexagons and 6 half hexagons, and measures 29.5” wide by 37.5” long.
Four layout options are illustrated, however the blanket is modular, so you can adjust size by working more or less hexagons.

Yarn
DK weight yarn
20 yds per full hexagon; 10 yds per half hexagon
sizes illustrated require 700 (1080, 1540, 2700) yds for
hexagons plus 150 (190, 220, 300) yds for border

Sample show in: Tanis Fiber Arts Yellow Label DK in ‘grape’, ‘plum’,
‘lilac’, ‘dove’, ‘garnet’, ‘orchid, ‘ravine’, ‘peacock’, ‘tidal’, ‘atlantic’, ‘seabreeze’, ‘teal’, ‘frost’, ‘seabreeze’, ‘lemongrass’, ‘mallard’, ‘sprout’, ‘chartreuse’, ‘spearmint’, ‘saffron’, ‘pink grapefruit’, ‘orange blossom’, ‘buttercup’, ‘papaya’, ‘sunset’, ‘royal flush’, ‘brick’, and ‘poppy’ with ‘natural’ for the border

Needles
US #6 / 4mm (or as required to meet gauge);
16” circular needle and DPNs for hexagons one or two 60” circular needles for border

Gauge
22 sts & 40 rounds / 4” in garter stitch; knit a single hexagon, block and measure to check finished size and drape of the fabric

Notions
darning needle, stitch markers



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