Oct
24

Seam-as-You-Go Mitered Squares

Ask Me Monday: Seam-as-You-Go Mitered Squares
Seam-as-You-Go Mitered Squares

Love patchwork projects, but not a fan of weaving in a bunch of ends. You’re going to LOVE this week’s episode and our new kit for the Spare a Square Shrug! Watch to learn how to knit seam-as-you-go mitered squares  — it’s like magic!

Spare a Square Shrug by YarnYAY! Design Team Featuring Becky Joiner

Spare a Square Shrug by YarnYAY! Design Team Featuring Becky Joiner

 


This episode of Ask Me Monday is sponsored by Knitter’s PrideKnitPro

Featured Knitter’s Pride Products: Day & Nite Holiday Gift Set

 

Seam-as-You-Go Mitered Squares: Swatch it!

MATERIALS

Scraps of any weight yarn and corresponding size needles. We used Vickie Howell Montoya Merino (heavy-worsted) and Size US 9/5.5 mm needles from the Knitter’s Pride Day & Nite set.

Square 1

With larger (gauge) needles and color of choice, CO 29 sts.

 

**Set-Up Row (WS): K14, p1, pm ON this st to mark as center st, knit to end of row.

 

Row 1 (RS): Knit to 1 st before marked center st, s2kp, pm ON this st to mark as center st, knit to end of row. – 2 sts dec’d.

 

Row 2: Knit to marked center st, p1, pm ON this st, knit to end.

 

Rep Rows 1-2 until 3 sts remain. You will have completed 13 garter ridges.

 

Last Row (RS): S2kp.

 

Cut yarn and pull the tail through the final st.**

 

Square 2

With larger (gauge) needles, color of choice and using Backward Loop method, CO 15 sts.

 

With RS facing, orient previous square with cast-on edges at right-hand and bottom sides. Pick up 14 stitches along the top edge of previous square. – 29 sts

 

Work from ** to ** as given for Square 1.

 

Make Me!: Dottie Checkered Mosiac Knit StitchSpare a Square Shrug KitPut your seam-as-you-go skills to work with our Spare A Square Shrug!
Pattern and kits are now available in the YarnYAY! Shop!

2 Responses to “Seam-as-You-Go Mitered Squares”

  1. Michelle McDonald

    Can’t find just the pattern for the Spare A Square Shrug! or seam as you go shrug from today’s ask me Monday for 10/24/2022

    Reply

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