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64 Crayons

Noro Kureyon – literally “Crayon” in Japanese – is just bursting with color. I can’t help but collect the little 50g skeins whenever I run into one I love, or simply when I’m having a bad day.

This blanket has been in progress for the larger part of 3 years, but I keep coming back to it for the sheer joy of seeing the colors combine in two row stripes; like a brand new box of crayons.

Knit in strips and joined at the end, it’s an extremely simple and portable project that’s easy to pick up at any time.

Notes:
Each panel uses 2 contrasting colorways. Have fun when picking – it’s impossible to ‘clash’ as long as you keep enough contrast.

You should have enough yarn for each panel, but occasionally Kureyon runs short. The extra 2 skeins are to use as needed to make up a few rows. Switch to a compatible color if possible.

Finished Size
Approximately 48” wide and 55” long

Materials
Approximately 2,000 meters self-striping yarn. Shown in 20 skeins Noro Kureyon in a variety of colors.
1 set US 8 / 5mm straight or circular needle
2 24” or longer US 8 / 5mm circular needles
Yarn needle
Stitch markers



$4.00 US

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