some squares for jason

steve kadel's picture

finishing up with some squares. more to block.

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kylewilliam's picture

great squares - thank you so

great squares - thank you so much for the time you spent working on them!!!

Kyle
www.kylewilliam.com

cashmere knight's picture

Think every one of the

Think every one of the squares I've seen by everybody are worth their weight in gold! The early settlers weighed in by grams for starters, did they not? Hehe. Great work!!

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution." --Albert Einstein

mysterJay's picture

Very cool.

Very cool.

DougLaughlin's picture

Hi Steve....Your squares are

Hi Steve....Your squares are really beautiful. It's so fun to see how each guy is creative about this project in a totally different way. I had the thought that this may be the only blanket in history completely knitted by men from around the world. Jason certainly deserves it!

mrossnyc's picture

I like the variety of colors

I like the variety of colors and textures in your squares!

albert's picture

Beautiful combination of

Beautiful combination of colors and textures!

Jaxom's picture

Steve, I love your four

Steve, I love your four colour quarted squares.
This blanket is going to look fantastic. It is so inspiring to view the squares as they come together.

purlyman's picture

I love those!!! The four

I love those!!! The four colors look so good together!! I'm amazed at those of you who are knitting several squares!! I've only managed two! Great job Steve!! I know everyone says it but I can't wait to see the finished blanket(s).

purlyman's picture

By the way, how did you do

By the way, how did you do the ones in the round with the four colors? It doesn't look like you did any stranding there.

steve kadel's picture

they are not in round but

they are not in round but four separate squares sewn together. the squares are combo of slp and k2tog on either side of corner reduced down to none