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Stuart Hillard’s Cosy Cable Blanket Knitalong Part 6
Stuart Hillard’s Cosy Cable Blanket Knitalong Part 6

Stuart Hillard’s Cosy Cable Blanket Knitalong Part 6

Designer: Stuart Hillard

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By now you should have all your cable knit panels completed and a whole host of new techniques to add to your knitting skillset. In this final edition of our six-part knitalong, Stuart shows us how to construct the blanket by combining all the panels into one cosy make. We hope you’ve enjoyed working on this knitalong with us. We can’t wait to see how you all got on! Share your progress pictures, finished objects and more over at the exclusive Let’s Knit Together member’s group on Facebook – we’ll see you there!

Stuart Hillard

Stuart Hillard

LKT Designer

"Cables are much simpler to knit than you may first imagine. Simply put, you’re knitting and purling a ‘rope’ or cable, and ‘taking it for a walk’ across the surface of your knitting."

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  • Project information

    Yarn Stylecraft Special Chunky
    Yarn Colours shade 1029 Copper, one 100g (144m) ball
    Additional Crochet hook: 4mm, Tapestry needle
  • About the designer

    Stuart Hillard

    Stuart Hillard

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