|Square 18: Hexagon Pattern|
You will notice that it has not been blocked, and not even had the ends woven in, but I had the camera and these two squares in the same place at the same time and thought it would be a good idea to take the photo NOW!
You will also notice that this square is a very curly block. It will benefit greatly from blocking as well as being sewn into the afghan, which I am sure will finish the squaring-up process.
This next square is Square 19 and is called Instant Plaid. It really is a rather instant pattern. There was no trouble with the pattern, but it is really pretty important to read the pattern directions! Have I said that before? I forgot that every last stitch needs to be a knit stitch, and every beginning stitch also needs to be a knit stitch. Oh well...error-prone, but no problem for my spirit...
This pattern is another multiple of 8 stitches, plus six patterns and I cast on 46 stitches.
|Square 19: Instant Plaid|