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Grow Your Molecule blanket consists of three types of motifs: hexagons, triangles and traditional granny squares. The motifs are joined as you go, making for minimal finishing.The specific arrangement of motifs creates a spectacular geometric pattern and the combination of different types of motifs, solid and multicolored, results in an endless number of possible blanket palettes.Be inspired by some of them shown on the last page and create your own Molecule!Gauge Three rounds of standard…

No Sew Tie Fleece Quilt Blanket- 20 squares 1ft 3in each. Cut 4 3in squares out of each corner in the squares and then cut 3 in fringe. Tie together. Get a big piece of fabric for the back and tie the big piece to the squared piece. Super cozy and warm. - Original design by Shannon Kearns -

Tutorial Simple Joining Square Technique - it's very easy and fun :D I love to make blankets, especially those with motifs and shapes. The only thing that I hate is to join them >.< I know...it won't be a blanket if I don't join all the squares or other shapes. I checked so many times, and I found lots of beautiful joining techniques, a

My first knitting project for my 10 year old daughter. It took almost a year due to the fact I learned to knit as a thrower which is a very slow way to knit. I had to learn knitting techniques as I knit this blanket. Thrilled when I finally finished! Pattern: Building Blocks Book: 100 Afghan Squares to Knit by Debbie Abrahams Finished: December 2006

End-less Squares Blanket pattern by Simone Kereit

I designed this blanket for all of you who are a little bit like me: A scrap blanket with no ends and no sewing together of squares and it still can be super fun and colorful, made from all the happy scraps of sock yarn you have and therefore not a daunting task of making a huge thing all in one shot.

Knit for Victory: Joining knitted squares with crochet: "Crochet is a great way to join together knitted strips or squares, as in this rainbow bedspread. It's less stretchy than knitting, which means that it will give your blanket more structure and less sag."