Harmony Blanket Knit Along

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Many of you joined us last year for the Knitted Kitchen Knit Along (KAL). We had so much fun together, that we decided to do another year long KAL for 2018! Marie from the Underground Crafter, Joanita from Creative Crochet Workshop, and I have teamed up with 10 other guest designers to bring you the Harmony Blanket KAL.

Harmony Blanket KAL - #KALCorner on Facebook

Every Thursday through November, we will share a new pattern for a 6-inch blanket square. By the end of the event, you will have 48 squares to make a blanket! You can find the full schedule and more details in the main Harmony Blanket KAL post on the Underground Crafter. She has included some tutorials to help with getting started and with joining the squares as well.


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Lion Brand Yarn has generously provided us with Vanna’s Choice yarn for free, to design the patterns. With such a wide palette of colors, it was hard to choose! I ended up going for a muted, earthy palette. The colors are: #108 Dusty Blue, #173 Dusty Green, #125 Taupe, #146 Dusty Purple, and #135 Rust. What do you think?

Vanna's Choice yarn - Lion Brand sent me this yarn for free, for my designs in the Harmony Blanket KAL on StitchesNScraps

I’m actually a little late in telling you about this, as Marie kicked things off last week with her Diagonal Seed Stitch Square. But there’s still plenty of time to catch up. I will be posting the next square here this coming Thursday. I hope you’ll join in on the fun here and in the KAL Corner group on Facebook! You can also share your squares in the monthly Scrappy Stitchers Link Party.



  • candace

    is the harmony blanket knit along still available; i’m looking to make squares with different stitches and then put them together after done; i’m a fairly good knitter but not a pro by any means.
    thank you

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