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  • So beautiful! I love the excellent way the colors are distributed, so evenly without seeming so. Lovely!

  • That is fantastic! I think Alice has doomed us all to endless blanket knitting. Should we thank her or shake our fists at her?

  • That’s terrific! So funky and modern. Makes me want to start digging around in my stash for possibilities.

  • Truly a FO to be celebrated!!! Love the colors and design! wow.

  • The blanket is gorgeous.

  • I am always awestruck to see how knitters take a perfectly fab idea and make it do cartwheels into a totally new fab idea. You go, Alice!

  • Inspiring blanket, Alice! I think I need to dig into my stash……..

  • OMG! Despite knitting several Mitered Square, Log Cabin, Moderne, and Joseph’s Blankies, I never thought I was a “geometric” person…… But I have fallen head over heels for this. I may just have to do it…….

  • Ditto to all of the above. I must add this to my knitting wish list (who am I kidding, it’s already on it). 🙂
    Knit on!

  • Oh, that is just such a lovely thing to wake up to on a Saturday. Gorgeous. Gorgeous.

  • To achieve the appearance of randomness and balance at the same time is what we strive for. She has done it beautifully. Thank you both for sharing and inspiring!

  • Oh, so fabulous! I love this and now Alice, too, for showing it to us! And yes, everyday in southern Calif is like this. Even if you don’t have stairs, it’s pretty wonderful here!

  • Awesome! Thanks for sharing it Alice and Ann!

  • A great pic of a gorgeous blanket! Well done!

  • aaah, reminds me of the big sewing-together day at Angel Hair’s new roomy location, taking photos that may or may not have been added to the first Mason-Dixon knitting book. Good times!

  • Thank you, friends, for your kind compliments! I can’t resist pointing out a perk about this kind of mashup. I left the log cabin garter stitches live, so instead of sewing up the seams to join the four big squares, I was able to graft them. The cherry on top of getting the fun of miters AND log cabining! And possibly stashbusting 🙂

  • Dammit, Kay! Now there’s another blanket that I absolutely have to knit!!! I just love this and am so glad you posted the photo 🙂

  • beautiful and reminds me of 1950’s TV signal.

  • beautiful and reminds me of 1950’s TV signal.

  • beautiful and reminds me of 1950’s TV signal.

  • beautiful and reminds me of 1950’s TV signal.

  • Wow, I love this! and thanks for the tip of grafting together the live stitches, I wouldn’t have thought of it. I am impressed with how well the lines line up on the squares too 🙂

  • No matter what kind of bags you use, including shoulder bags, big bags, bags of sweet colours or tiny but elegant bags, you need to match them with diffferent occasions.

  • I am in love!