Next in Line by Bonnie Sennott
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Next in Line

Knitting
July 2018
both are used in this pattern
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
2370 - 3445 yards (2167 - 3150 m)
Throw, Afghan
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This log cabin afghan is worked continuously from the center outward using four colors of worsted weight wool. There are no seams - nothing to sew. Instructions are given for two sizes, a smaller throw or a larger afghan. The pattern is named Next in Line because the contrast color of each log is the main color of the next log.

View photos and videos on Instagram with the hashtag #nextinlineblanket.

Read blog posts about this project here.

Finished (Blocked) Measurements
Throw: 43 inches/110 cm by 56 inches/143 cm
Afghan: 52 inches/133 cm by 60 inches/153 cm

The sample in the photos is the larger size.

Yarn
--Color 1: Cascade 220 100% wool; 220yd/201m per 100 gr skein, #8401 Silver Grey, 5 skeins (throw), 7 skeins (afghan)
--Color 2: Cascade 220 100% wool; 220yd/201m per 100 gr skein, #4010 Straw, 2 skeins (throw), 3 skeins (afghan)
--Color 3: Cascade 220 100% wool; 220yd/201m per 100 gr skein, #8012 Doeskin Heather, 2 skeins (throw), 3 skeins (afghan)
--Color 4: Valley Yarns Northampton 100% wool; 247yd/226m per 100 gr skein, #42 Lake Heather, 2 skeins (throw), 3 skeins (afghan)

If you are substituting yarns, you’ll need the following approximate amounts of worsted weight wool:

--Color 1: 1,000yd/915m (throw), 1,450yd/1,325m (afghan)
--Color 2: 440yd/400m (throw), 660yd/600m (afghan)
--Color 3: 440yd/400m (throw), 660yd/600m (afghan)
--Color 4: 490yd/445m (throw), 675 yd/615m (afghan)

Needles
US #7/4.5mm 24-inch or 32-inch circular needle OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE.

The piece is worked back and forth in rows, using a long circular needle to accommodate the large number of sts. You may wish to use interchangeable needle tips and successively longer cords as the piece grows.

Notions
Tapestry needle, locking stitch markers (optional)

Gauge: 18 sts/36 rows = 4”/10 cm in garter stitch, after blocking
Note: If your gauge differs from the pattern gauge, the dimensions of your finished piece may be different as well. If you knit at a looser gauge, you may need more yarn.