Bering Blanket, the world’s most addictive and flexible blanket construction!
You start by making squares, 4 for the Square blanket, 6 for the Rectangle, and then join them together with “connectors.” The pattern includes formulas for determining yarn usage if you want to play with stash... I can’t wait to see what you all choose.
There is no seaming, not that many ends to weave in, and the majority of the knitting is INCREDIBLY portable!
KAL thread here: https://www.ravelry.com/discuss/nelkin-designs/3979703
Square- 1320 yards worsted weight yarn, 220 yards in 4 colors, 440 yards in Border Color
Rectangle- 1980 yards worsted weight yarn, 220 yards in 6 colors, 660 yards in Border Color
Keep in mind that this pattern is REALLY flexible and you can easily use other weights of yarn!
Yarn I Used (Square Blanket):
Ironwood Hill Farm, Longwool Finn Lamb Worsted 3-ply; (100% wool; 200 yd [183 m]/ 3.5 oz [100 g]);
1 skein each: Light Grey, Medium Grey1, Medium Grey2, Dark Grey
2 skeins: Black (BC)
1 US Size 8 [5 mm] 24-inch circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
1 US Size 8 [5 mm] 40-inch or longer circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
5 mm crochet hook, scrap yarn, tapestry ndl
Removable stitch marker, stitch markers
Digital scale (super helpful, but not necessary)