Fishing For Koi by Jimenez Joseph

Fishing For Koi

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January 2020
both are used in this pattern
yarn held together
+ DK
= Bulky (7 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 10½ - 6.5 mm
2220 - 2592 yards (2030 - 2370 m)
47.25” (120cm) wide by 55” (140cm) Blocked.
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Fishing For Koi is a colourful throw/blanket that is made using DK weight yarn held double stranded (or a single strand of Aran or Bulky weight yarn) and up to Ten colours. A cosy blanket with garter stitch short rows that angle and balance left and right, giving it a dramatic appearance, as well as fun colour-changing possibilities.

An ideal project for using up odd skeins that have nowhere to go – now they’ll be right at home here, in this project!

The Main Colour yarn is the link between the other colours and act as breakers and lines. The Contrast Colours (9 colours) are the triangular segments that feature throughout the whole blanket.


Yarn Quantity
DK weight (yarn held double) approx. 246yds (225m) per 100g.
3 skeins of Main Colour (MC).
1 skein each of Contrast colours (CC1, 2, 3 …etc) - 9 colours
Grand Total: 12 skeins.

6.5 mm (US 10.5) (or size required to get gauge) circular needles of 32” (80cm) or longer, measuring tape and tapestry needle for weaving in ends.

Finished size (before blocking): 41.25” (105cm) wide by 53” (135cm) high.
Finished size (after blocking): 47.25” (120cm) wide by 55” (140cm) high approximately.

Gauge in garter stitch: 15 sts x 28 rows per 4” (10cm), with DK yarn held double. Unblocked.

This pattern was originally a pattern for Jimmy Beans Wool Blanket Club 2020