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Square in a Square Noro Blanket Kit - Knit

SKU 20200109
$160.00
In stock
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Brand NEW from Knitting Fever - Lockdown Relief Kit. This will be shipped directly to you from our yarn distributor.

A prepacked kit for the "Square in a Square Blanket" from "Noro Magazine Issue 12". Includes eight skeins of Kagayaki (six in a main color and two in an accent color) packed in a craft brown paperbag and one FREE copy of Noro Magazine Issue #12. Needles are not included - you will need a set of size 7. Square in a Square Blanket by Irina Polunenko is made of thirty garter stitch squares. Each square is first worked straight in one color then in the round using the second color, increasing stitches at the corners. The squares are sewn into strips then seamed. Pattern is labeled as "advanced beginner."

(Width approx 40" / 101.5 cm; Length approx 48" / 122 cm)

Kagayaki yarn is a slightly slubby single ply bulky weight yarn. 40% Wool, 24% Cotton, 18% Manufactured Fibers - Rayon / Viscose, 18% Silk.

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