Friday, 8 August 2014

Block a Week Friday.


Block 92 
Chain Gang


Another slip stitch pattern which gives a fun effect. I do enjoy making the slip stitch blocks they are really easy to make and each one of them has turned out lovely so far. This one is a little bit longer than 6" but shouldn't be much of a problem when sewing into a blanket.


Rating - easy
Curl - 1
size - 6"x 6,1/4
ends - 4

Another example of this block


Made by ftm


Progress -  number of different blocks made = 32
Numbers - 81417, 19,24, 26 30,31,34,36 4041, 42,43,44, 45,48, 5256,58,6267,70,92,96 98,100113,133,153200209
(Click on the number to see the block.)

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All the blocks in the Block a Week Friday feature are blocks made from the book 200 Knitted Blocks by Jan Eaton. You can read all about the challenge here and here, the challenge is on going and it's never too late to join in!


Have a great weekend :)






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13 comments:

  1. Lovely! Have a great weekend. X

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  2. I like this stitch and think the different colors you used look great together. It looks like it would be a good one to learn! have a great weekend!
    Lisa

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  3. It looks a bit hard to make, Linda. But if you say it is easy, so much the better. It gives it a special effect by changing colors for the purl st

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  4. Very nice!!
    Have a lovely weekend,greetings.:*

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  5. I love slip stitch patterns too. This block is cool. It would look wonderful in so many colour combinations. Happy knitting!

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  6. What a difference color makes. I like them both Linda!

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  7. That's a very unique stitch. Love the color change.

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  8. A nice looking block Linda! Enjoy your weekend :) Wendy x

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  9. A very nice effect on this one Linda xx

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  10. So lovely! The colors are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
    Hugs from Portugal,
    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  11. I could swear I remember my grandmother having a sweater made with this type of pattern!

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