Seashell Scrap Yarn Blanket by Charan Sachar

Seashell Scrap Yarn Blanket

May 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
4.5 stitches and 11 rows = 1 inch
in Stitch pattern
US 8 - 5.0 mm
3200 yards (2926 m)
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Want to create a dynamic, colorful, ever changing scrap sock yarn blanket that keeps you going?
Using just your scraps of sock yarn, learn how to create magic multicolor yarn cakes in different color tones. The magic yarn used in this seashell yarn blanket, will keep the knitting exciting with every shell turning out different.
Along with pattern for the project, there is emphasis on an easy way to categorize your yarns based on color tones and making colorful yarn cakes which can be used for similar projects. The best part… no weaving in ends when you are done.
Material: Lots of scraps of sock yarn (5 arm lengths or more in each color). More colors, the better
Lots of simple show rows make the shells. Short rows in this pattern involve just turning work and working the stitches, leaving a hole. These holes make a nice border around the shells making them pop.

Sample in picture
Cast on 119 stitches
Knit 34 Full shell rows and 33 Half shell rows
Dimensions: 27” x 72”