Pure Wool Worsted Mystery Afghan KAL by Martin Storey

Pure Wool Worsted Mystery Afghan KAL

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April 2014
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 27.5 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
3942 yards (3605 m)
120cm x 160cm plus trim (squares are 20cm x 20cm)
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Discontinued. This digital pattern is no longer available online.

YouTube videos with Martin Storey for every clue

Each week for the first eight weeks, Rowan released a pattern for one of the squares that Martin designed. A completed Afghan requires each square to be knitted six times, giving a total of 48 squares.

If you choose to use Martin’s recommended shades you will knit each design three times in one shade and three in another.

In week nine, Martin showed how to create the trim. In week ten were the final instructions needed for making-up the blanket to complete a truly beautiful Afghan.

The finished squares are 20cm x 20cm. The overall layout is 6 squares by 8 squares (48 in total) = approx 120cm x 160cm plus trim.

Beginner knitter? Not a problem, there are online videos to support the pattern, along with basic techniques like casting on. You can also choose to make a smaller blanket.

Share your progress - you’ll be able to ask for help and advice, share your comments, and photos via the Rowan Yarns Group stickied thread, on this Ravelry pattern page, and also on our Rowan Yarns Facebook page.

To help with colors, the Pure Wool Worsted shade card can be downloaded from the Rowan website: http://www.knitrowan.com/yarns/pure-wool-worsted.