Two Weeks in February

a quick blanket to knit

This project fulfilled the need for a lovely gift in a short amount of time.

With a simple lace that creates a sharp chevron and color changes that are made one strand at a time to gradually blend into one another, this blanket is easy enough for the beginner knitter but charming enough for an experienced one.

The yarn is held triple stranded to create a dense fabric and large stitches for fast and warm knitting. Because of the triple stranding and chevron stitch pattern Two Weeks in February would look wonderful in hand-dyed, multicolored or even scrap yarn.

approximately 726 yds each of light weight worsted wool in 7 colors
(Sample shown used 3 skeins each Aracania Nature wool in the following colors: color #19 (dark brown); color #14 (medium brown); color #8 (honey brown); color #26 (orange); color #33 (red orange); color #25 (red); color #34 (red purple))

Needles & Notions
size 13 US/9mm circular needles at least 24″ or longer
tapestry needle

Finished Size
45″ x 50″

with 3 strands held together 
20 sts (1 motif) = 6″
8 rows = 3″

If midwinter drafts are making you dream of cozy hand knits and you want a project you can finish before the thaw, then click on the button below to buy a copy. It will be sent to you in a PDF file via email after payment is made. Thanks!


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