Vintage Knits Update

April 11, 2008

The Lizard Ridge Afghan

Filed under: Vintage Meanderings — sadie @ 9:00 am

For all you Noro Kureyon fans, I have the perfect way for you to use your stash. Or, entice you to purchase more Kureyon. I was looking on last week, and came across a very unique pattern called the Lizard Ridge Afghan. What better way to show off your Kureyon, than to knit this beautiful afghan!

Lizard Ridge Afghan Version 1

Here is another view of the afghan laying flat. We had to crop it a bit for it to fit. This afghan is breathtaking!

Lizard Ridge Afghan

This version is made from short row striped blocks, with each block knit from one skein of Kureyon yarn. You will need 24 skeins of Kureyon to complete this multicolored afghan, along with yarn to sew the blocks together, and for optional edging. We suggest Ella Rae Classic for the edging and sewing.

What about people who are not fond of blocks, and sewing them together? Guess what, there is a second version of the Lizard Ridge Afghan. This version is knit with one color of Kureyon, and has long stripes. You need 20 skeins of Kureyon for this afghan, and a contrast solid color for the optional edging.

Lizard Ridge Afghan Version 2

The Lizard Ridge Afghan pattern is free, and can be found at: We have a good variety of Kureyon for this project at our online store.

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