200 Knitted Blocks: Traditional and Contemporary Designs to by Jan Eaton

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By Jan Eaton

Create beautiful afghans and add-ons with 2 hundred knitted blocks to mix'n'match! A kaleidoscope of colourful modern and conventional designs diversity from effortless to complex.

· Knit two hundred blocks, from uncomplicated knit-and-purl styles to cable, lace, and bobble blocks

· mix blocks in any association; all blocks will end to an analogous measurement whilst labored within the related yarn weight

· end any venture common with styles for fringes, ruffles, and different ornamental edgings

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She said. “I make changes. I shift things around. I just make it work. ” I practically had to put my head between my knees while she was talking. That happens sometimes when I talk to Cass. I’m not a flexible person. I am a creature of habit and routine, and things or people that break up my system or have no system upset me. ” I do make things work, I really do, but things working out for me is the direct result (I think) of planning, an attempt at organization, an agonizing amount of contemplation, and a striking relationship with lists and an overdeveloped fondness for office supplies.

I am a creature of habit and routine, and things or people that break up my system or have no system upset me. ” I do make things work, I really do, but things working out for me is the direct result (I think) of planning, an attempt at organization, an agonizing amount of contemplation, and a striking relationship with lists and an overdeveloped fondness for office supplies. Even the way I knit is the result of a carefully contrived efficiency developed over thirty-five years. This idea, what Cass was saying, that she had no idea what she was doing or how, but was doing it anyway, was entirely alien to me.

After all, my eyes aren’t doing anything. Following these guidelines, I’ve very efficiently begun a whole lot of projects (plus a few more, because all that simple stuff isn’t so simple until it’s cast on and counted), and I’ve placed them in helpful locations. Sock in my purse, hat by the door, simple sweater in a knitting bag by my coat. Mittens on the coffee table, Fair Isle by the chair in the kitchen, top-down cardigan on the dresser by my bed. A scarf is at the top of the stairs, in case I need a backup, and there’s another in a basket in the dining room in case I get bored with the first one.

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