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Cast on 128(134:138:144:150:156) sts using 3%mm needles and two needle method. Row 1 Knit.

Row 2 KO (0:0: 0: 0: 3), P3 (2: 0: 3: 2: 2), * K2, P2; rep from * to last 1 (0:2:1:0: 3) sts, K0 (0: 2: 0:0: 3), PI (0:0:1:0:0). Rowsland2set rib. Work 8 rows more in rib.

Change to 4mm needles and proceed as follows: Row 1 K3 (6:8:11:14:17), * K7, C4L, K4, C4R, K5,

  • work from * to * 4 times, K5 (8:10:13:16:19). Rows 2 P3 (6:8:11:2:5), K2, * (P10, K2) twice,
  • work from * to * 4 (4:4:4: 5:5) times, P3 (6:8: 11:2:5).

* workfrom * to* 4 times, K5 (8:10:13:16:19). Row 4 P3 (6:8:11:2:5), K2, * (P10, K2) twice, * work from * to * 4 (4:4:4:5: 5) times, P3 (6:8:

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Row 6 P3 (6:8:11:2:5), (K2, P10) 0 (0:0:0:1:1) times, K2, * P22, K2, * work from * to * 4 times, (P10, K2) 0 (0:0:0:1: l) times, P3 (6:8:11: 2:5). Row 7 K3 (6:8:11:14:17), * K10, C6F, K8, * work from "to*4 limes, K5 (8:10:13:16:19). Row 8 P3 (6:8:11:2: 5), (K2, P10) 0 (0:0:0:1:1) times, K2,* P22, K2, * work from* to* 4 times, (P10, K2) 0 (0:0:0:1:1) times, P3 (6:8:11:2: 5). Row 9 K3 (6:8:11:14:17), * K9, C4R, C4L, K7, * work from *to * 4times, K5 (8:10:13:16:19). Rows 10 P3 (6:8:11:2: 5), K2, * (P10, K2) twice,

* workfrom "to * 4 (4:4:4: 5: 5)times, P3 (6:8: 11: 2: 5),

Row 11 K3 (6:8:11:14:17), * K8, C4R, K2, C4L, K6,

  • workfrom * to *4 times, K5 (8:10:13:16:19). Rows 12 P3 (6:8:11:2: 5), K2, * (P10, K2) twice,
  • work from * to * 4 (4:4:4: 5: 5) times, P3 (6:8:

Row 13 K3 (6:8:11:14:17), * K7, C4R, K4, C4L, K5,

  • workfrom "to* 4 times, K5 (8:10:13:16:19), Row 14 P3 (6:8:11:2:5), K2, * (P10, K2) twice,
  • workfrom * to * 4 (4:4:4: 5: 5) times, P3 (6:8:

Here are 11 fabulous designs you can create for family and friends - choose your favourite and get knitting!

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Write in and tell us what you're knitting! Dear Debora, Simply Knitting, Future, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath BA12BW or email: [email protected]

CHART K

CHART L

CHART M

CHART H

CHART J

Part 2

Winter Blanket

Here's the second part of the blanket patterns. Make one square each using Chart C, Chart d, Chart G,Chart h, Chart J, Chart K, Chart l, and 4 squares using Chart M.

Tension

9'stsand 12 rows to mcasure4x4in [10x10cm} overstocking stitch using 10mm needles

Sirdar, Big Softie

Yarn ATeal (341) 9x50g/45m balls Varn B Light Blue (335) 6x50g/45m balls YarnCCream(330) 6x50g/4Sm balls A pa if of 10mm needles A circular 10mm needle

Start knitting here

BLANKET SQUARE

Cast on 17sts usiriglOmm needles.

Follow the charts.

Cast off.

Chart key

Yarn B Light blue 335, K on RS, P on WS Yarn C Cream 330, K on RS, P on WS

  • Yarn ATeal 341, P on RS, K on WS
  • Yarn B Light blue 335, P on RS, K on WS

How to use our charts

Our charts are illustrations of patterns, and are used instead of writing the pattern out in full. With charts, you can instantly see what you'll be knitting. Each stitch is represented by a symbol, and you'll start knitting at the bottom right-hand corner. Right side rows are read from right to left and wrong side rows from left to right. Each row of squares represents a row of knitting.

CHART K

CHART H

CHART L

CHART J

CHART M

If you missed Part f, turn to page 76 to order a back issue.

CHART C

CHART G

Stash Buster!

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