Friday, June 8, 2007

Hello!

Hi All,

I'm new to the KAL and have enjoyed looking at everyone's squares. I am a long time knitter and crocheter and have made several afghans out of granny squares in the past. What I am really eager to learn is how to knit a mitered square afghan where one does not have to sew together all those squares. I have tons of leftover sock yarn I'd love to use up.
I'm also a rippler and have two afghans going now-a knitted Abfab Kit by Colinette in feather and fan, and a multicolored Susan B ripple that I am crocheting in lots of different Red Heart colors.
Thanks for letting me join, and I am eager to learn and help others. Squares are so easy and cool to do in the summer.

1 comment:

Cole said...

You might want to check out www.knittingpatterncentral.com. There is a link to a mitered square afghan that is "sewn" as it is knit. The page provided even has diagrams.