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One More Skein

One More Skein

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Named after the acclaimed abstract painter and theorist Josef Albers, this beautiful blanket—worked in individual panels in a reversible rib pattern—is a good way to use partial skeins of yarn in a similar gauge leftover from other projects. Do all of the knitting yourself, or make it a group project with each member contributing a panel.
Named after the acclaimed abstract painter and theorist Josef Albers, this beautiful blanket—worked in individual panels in a reversible rib pattern—is a good way to use partial skeins of yarn in a similar gauge leftover from other projects. Do all of the knitting yourself, or make it a group project with each member contributing a panel.

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finishedmeasurements
PANELS:
4" wide
 
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56" long,before blocking7
B/e
" wide
 
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73" long, afterblocking
BLANKET:
66"
 
×
 
73", afterblocking
yarn
Worsted-weight yarn; 36-rowblock weighs approximately 9ounces; 12-row block weighsapproximately 4 ounces.
Note:Weight and yardage can vary  from one yarn to the next; besure to have more yarn than islisted for each block.
needles
One pair straight needles sizeUS 10 (6 mm)Change needle size ifnecessary to obtain correctgauge.
notions
Kitchen scale
gauge
44 sts and 36 rows = 4"(10 cm) in Rib Pattern A,before blocking
Albers Stash Blanket 
Named after the acclaimed abstract painter and theorist Josef Albers,this beautiful blanket—worked in individual panels in a reversible rib pattern—is a good way to use partial skeins of yarn in a similar gaugeleftover from other projects. Do all of the knitting yourself, or make it a group project with each member contributing a panel.
STITCH PATTERNS
Rib Pattern A (Panel 1)
(multiple of 6 sts; 1-row repeat)
Row 1 (WS):
P5, *k2, p4; repeat from * to last st, p1.
Row 2:
Knit the knit sts and purl the purl sts as they face you.Repeat Row 2 for Rib Pattern A.
Rib Pattern B (Panels 2–9)
(multiple of 6 sts + 8; 1-row repeat)
Row 1 (WS):
P5, *k2, p4; repeat from * to last st, k3.
Row 2:
Knit the knit sts and purl the purl sts as they face you.Repeat Row 2 for Rib Pattern B.
BLANKET
Note: You may choose your own color pattern, or follow the Color Map for color changes. After completing each color and adding anew color, leave 8" tails. You may use these tails for sewing Panelstogether.
Copyright 2011 ©
One More Skein
by Leigh Radford, published by STC Craft | Melanie Falick Books, an imprint of ABRAMS, with Open Road Media.
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Copyright 2011 ©
One More Skein
by Leigh Radford, published by STC Craft | Melanie Falick Books, an imprint of ABRAMS, with Open Road Media.
 
Panel 1 
CO 42 sts. Begin Rib Pattern A;*work even for 36 rows. Changeto new color; work even for 12rows. Repeat from * 6 times. BOall sts in pattern.
Panels 2, 4, 6, and 8
CO 44 sts. Begin Rib Pattern B;work even for 12 rows. *Changeto new color; work even for 12rows. Change to new color; workeven for 36 rows. Repeat from* 5 times. Change to new color;work even for 12 rows. Changeto new color; work even for 24rows. BO all sts in pattern.
Panels 3, 5, 7, and 9
CO 44 sts. Begin Rib Pattern B;*work even for 36 rows. Changeto new color; work even for 12rows. Repeat from * 6 times. BOall sts in pattern.
FINISHING
Block each Panel to measure-ments. With RS facing, usingMattress st (see SpecialTechniques, page 120) and tails(or yarn of choice), sew Panelstogether, making sure Panel 1 isat right-hand edge and Panel 9is at left-hand edge, with Panelsin order in between, and with allCO edges at same end.
Copyright 2011 ©
One More Skein
by Leigh Radford, published by STC Craft | Melanie Falick Books, an imprint of ABRAMS, with Open Road Media.

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