Friday, 19 September 2014

Block a Week Friday

Block 69
Twin Triangles


Knitting this was easy and fun, I made it my way because increasing in the way described in the book leave holes up the sides so if anyone would like to try it.

Cast on 3 sts
First row - inc in 1st and last st = 5 sts (right side)
Second row - Knit 
Third row - k1, inc in next st, k to last 2 sts, inc in next st, k1
Fourth row - Knit 
repeat last two rows until you have 43 sts then..
Knit one row
Change yarn colour
K1, k2tog, knit to last 3 sts, k2 tog, k1. (right side)
Knit one row
Repeat the last 2 rows until there are 3 sts remaining
k3tog

This a great beginners block, also good for using up your yarn scraps, you could join your blocks to make all sorts of variations. 
I had to make four just for the fun of it...


I love that big blue square in the center :) 


Rating - easy
Curl - 0
size - 6"x 6"
ends - 4


Another example of this block


Made by Paula you can read about it here




Progress -  number of different blocks made = 38


Numbers - 181417, 19,24,30,31,34,36 4041, 42,43,44, 45,48, 5256,58,62
(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!

Hope you all have a great weekend. :)









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4 comments:

  1. This block is wonderful. One could really have a lot of fun playing with oodles of different colours and seeing what fun arrangements one could come up with.

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  2. Very nice!!
    Have a great weekend.:*

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  3. Hi Linda, just catching up now that I am back, I have been reading, just not commenting. I loved what you did with your ends and flowers in your previous post, very creative indeed and a lovely display piece for your home too! You really are a clever lady aren't you. These squares look great as a four don't they, you could imagine a whole blanket made of them. xx

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  4. This might be my favorite, it would make a great dishcloth.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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