Saturday, November 06, 2010

Therapeutic Magic Ball Log Cabin/Miter Noro Afghan

Noro Kureyon, in many colorways.

Left overs and purchased on sale, at random.

Addi circs US6 (4.00mm)

Based on Log Cabin and Miter techniques.

Have some Noro left overs? Make a magic ball.

Start with a log cabin.

Keep going until you have the width you like.

Try to weave in the ends as you go.

Knit one row of miter squares on two ends.

Knit two rows garter. BO

Knit a row of miter rectangles on top of the squares.

Knit two rows garter. BO.

Pick a neutral solid color (Lambs Pride Worsted pairs well with Kureyon since it is also a single-spun.) and do a 3 stitch applied iCord. Sure its tedious, but its worth it!

Get some tea and snuggle on the couch.

You can see some more detailed photos of the progress here

Therapeutic Magic Ball Log Cabin/Miter Noro Afghan
Noro couch throw

7 comments:

Oiyi said...

It's stunning!

gale (she shoots sheep shots) said...

Perfect1 You look so content in it.

Harlem Purl said...

Wow! Just gorgeous.

KnitNana said...

Commented on Rav, but will here, too. That's just such a gorgeous blanket! I love love love Kureyon.
(((hugs)))

Melissa said...

Oh I love it. I loved that crochet one you did with all the random beautiful squares but as I don't crochet I've been hanging out for a knitting version. This is good. This answers the need. Thanks.

cjknitson said...

Beautiful! Such a cozy looking blanket. I love the colors!

Hilde C. said...

Beautiful! :-)