Squares Throw by Erika Knight

Squares Throw

August 2000
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
10 stitches = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch using US 11 / 7.5 mm needles
US 11 - 8.0 mm
2100 yards (1920 m)
72" (183 cm) square
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Summary: Stockinette squares are sewn together to make a throw.

Other Materials:

  • large sewing needle
  • pins

From Comforts of Home: This is it--the ultimate comfort blanket. And as an interior fashion statement it will give you an instant “home-décor magazine” look. You’ll love it and it’s fast to knit. Made in the lightest, loftiest, and most up-to-the-minute yarn ever, this large throw is warm, cozy, and comfortable to the touch. To make it, all you do is knit blocks of stockinette-stitch and reverse-stockinette-stitch squares and sew the completed blocks together. … For the edging, you knit four long strips in stockinette stitch and join them to the outer edges of the throw, butting them together at the corners. This simple border is left to naturally roll in on itself.