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This afghan was inspired by a shape of constant width, which is a mathematical curiosity with a lot of practical uses.

Pros

  • The construction is deceptively simple.
  • Just a couple of rules to memorise and, once you have made the first shape, you won’t even need to refer to the pattern again.
  • Uses one colour at a time
  • Each new colour is knitted onto existing stitches so there is no picking up and no stitching
  • Can be made in any yarn
  • If you want to change the size, to suit your yarn, or for some other reason, the pattern gives you one simple rule for doing that.

Cons

  • Lots of ends to darn in because of frequent colour changes
  • If you are an absolute perfectionist this may not be the pattern for you. On the close-ups you may notice that some of the colour changes are perhaps not as smooth as you might like.

We recommend using a yarn with some wool content so that it can be more easily blocked.

Designed by mathekniticians Pat Ashforth and Steve Plummer

 

 

 

Language
English
Brand
Independent Designer
Designer
Woolly Thoughts
Craft
Knitting
Format
Downloadable PDF
Skill Level
Intermediate
Pages
8
 

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