Friday, 27 June 2014

Block a Week Friday

Block 26

Worked from a chart and made with the intarsia method.  I found the chart too small and found it easier to count and make a note of the number stitches and rows needed for each colour, then it was very easy and straightforward.  It would be fun to make a blanket with this method randomly changing colours, it would be a great stash-buster too.

Another example of this block

Made by appledumpling

Rating - easy
Curl - 1
size - 6"x6"
ends - 12

Progress -  number of different blocks made = 26
Numbers - 81417, 24, 26 30,31,344041, 42,43,44, 45,48, 525667,70  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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  1. Wow, you have done a lot of different squares now! This one sounds as though it was a bit tricky, but it turned out really well in the end. xx

  2. I love that, its unique!

  3. Congrats on succeeding with intarsia. This square looks very pretty.

  4. Very fun, I love the colors.

  5. Another one done, and very nice too, Linda, with a lovely range of colours. xoJoy

  6. Very nice!!
    Happy weekend,hugs.:*

  7. Beautiful colors in your block!

  8. I love this one. I'm sure it would be a lot of work but it would be a pretty blanket design.

  9. This is a fun block :-)
    Tracey xxx

  10. This block looks very cool! But it does looks hard to change the colors, or is it not? I think a blanket would look awesome :-)

    1. No Ana it's very easy to change colours and fun too. :)


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