Last year, and the year before I tried to make a mood blanket. The problem was that I was crocheting. Crochet is so easy to abandon. You just take the hook out put it down and you can still use the hook. Well, not so much with knitting. If you have something on the needles you are invested until it is finished and comes off, unless you’re taking it apart.
The yarn I started using is called Dazzleaire
it’s a discontinued Carron brand that I was given. However I found similar colors in Big Twist Value
These are the colors I used:
Blue: Sad or Tired
Day 2: RS K
Day 3: WS, K
Day 4: RS K
Day 5: WS K
Day 6: RS k
Day 7: WS K
Pattern Repeat: (2 week repeat)
Day 8: K1, P1
Day 9: P1, K1
Day 10: K1, P1
Day 11: P1, K1
Day 12: K1, P1
Day 13: P1, K1
Day 359: WS K
Day 360: RS K
Day 361: WS, K
Day 362: RS K
Day 363: WS K
Day 364: RS k
Day 365: WS BO
Due to the fact that there will be so many tails, I decided to just make the sides have little fringe tassels. I knotted them at the end of each week, you’ll want 5-6 inches of tail on each row.
I prefer long tail because of the edge it makes,
Each row is started RS facing, leave a tail at the beginning and a tail at the end. I knot the tails at the end of each row with the row below’s tail.
I really prefer knitting to purling so if it’s a project like this I just turn it instead of purling. Feel free to do this however you see fit.
It is really easy to get behind but, they are really quick work to catch up.
In using this pattern you are agreeing to not replicate the written pattern and sell/trade/upload it as your own. You may sell the items made with it.
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Have you ever worked with Dazzleaire yarn? What are your thoughts on it?