colorblock blanket progress

In May 2014 I started making a knitted colorblock blanket, and it’s sat untouched for a few months.  I’ve picked it back up, and I’m about 2/3 through with the body of the blanket.  The simple garter stitch is relatively quick (for knitting, that is) and will provide a nice stretchy blanket when complete.

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This, like my Coming Up Roses hat that I’m also working on now, is made of KnitPicks’ Comfy Worsted, a really soft cotton.

That’s really all I’ve got today.  I know a garter stitch blanket isn’t the most exciting project in the world but it’s enjoyable to have a repetitive pattern sometimes that’s easy enough for me to simultaneously watch TV with subtitles (Chris and I have been watching some anime lately).

Thanks for stopping by, see you soon!

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Comments

  1. Kentucky Angel says:

    I love your work. I like garter stitch also. Just don’t have to concentrate when using that one, knit and watch TV, knit and read, knit and talk on cell phone, knit and visit with friends, knit while falling asleep. Love it.

  2. I love garter stitch, it has such a simple but great texture and you are using such gorgeous colours. Sometimes “less is more” and that is so true of blankets, especially ones to calm and soothe and snuggle under. Please let us see more pictures when you have finished.

    • Thank you! I agree — sometimes less really is more! My favorite blankets that I’ve made have been the ones that were not fancy, so I don’t have to worry about messing them up during use. 🙂

  3. Sanderella's says:

    It is lovely!! I love it! 🙂

  4. Love the colors in your blanket. Can’t wait to see the entire thing. Your stitches look so perfect! Sounds like the perfect project to knit while watching tv.

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