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Comment by Kathy Chantrell on March 3, 2016 at 8:19pm

Amazing, Well done:)

Comment by Jude Sullivan on March 3, 2016 at 8:28am
Absolutely stunning, every colour in the rainbow superbly stitched.
Comment by Maureen (Maudie) Anne Bryan on March 1, 2016 at 11:57pm

A true stunner Susanne.

Comment by Susanne Leverton on March 1, 2016 at 11:05pm
Thank you ladies. Bev I have just seen your gorgeous blanket also Sharon. It did become heavy, but it was my shoulders that seemed to be affected rather than the needles. You only ever have one square on the needles (71 stitches) but the longer it grows the heavier , especially turning for each new row. The idea was to use up some small leftover balls hence the multicolours. Xx
Comment by Sharon Fennell on March 1, 2016 at 8:48pm
Oh My Susanne this is absolutely fabulous, this must have been so heavy by the end.Did your needles bend with the weight :-)
Comment by Bev Jeffery on March 1, 2016 at 7:19pm

Wow! Wow! Wow Susanne!!

I have heard of this before, but to 'see it in the flesh' is simply amazing!!!!!! You have done a super's very clever, especially as you have made each square different colours....and not to mention your use of fun fur......

This is a very special blanket. The squares are sooooo pretty.  :)) 

Comment by Chris Chiplen on March 1, 2016 at 7:09am

Susanne, what an amazing blanket.... knitted all in one! It is one of those blankets that I won't forget, its gorgeous :))

Comment by lina12345 on March 1, 2016 at 4:23am

Awesome !!!

Comment by Susanne Leverton on March 1, 2016 at 4:11am
Hi Anne, a couple of members directed me to the instructions for making the mitred square all in is very easy......the basic square is even number stitches plus 1....for 8 inch square I used71 stitches. Mark either side of centre 3 stitches. Knit to marker, k3 together on Right side row. No decreases on wrong side. Your first square becomes BOTTOM LEFT CORNER SQUARE. Square number 2....pick up 36 stitches along top of ssquare 1 and cast on 35 for as for square 1. Continue for total of 7 squares. Square to Right of square 1....Cast on 36 stitches, then pick up 35 along edge of you can see how each square builds onto another. A great way to use up bits and pieces.
Comment by Anne Powell on March 1, 2016 at 3:44am

Wow Susanne, I can't begin to imagine how you did this all in one, but it is my very favourite type of blanket - bright, cheerful and every square different!  Beautiful


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