Radvent Throw

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Project details to help you plan your Radvent Throw.

Radvent Throw
 is one of five new designs to be added to the Ambah X Advent KAL eligible pattern list in 2020.
This pattern will be available in November, ahead of the official December 1 cast on. In the meantime use the details below to plan your project.

Join us in the Ambah X Advent KAL 2020 Full details and pre KAL planning chat here. (Ravelry)

Knit yourself a gorgeous throw to treasure over the years to come, for yourself or as a gift for that very special someone. Each square is designed to use a mini-skein of yarn, perfect for a 24-colour set. Or use up those lovely leftovers you’ve been saving and create a memory blanket of all your favourites. Alternately you could make a monochromatic version with your favourite colour; the options for you to express your creativity are endless. Designed for 24 colours, the Radvent Throw could easily be made larger or smaller to suit you.

A geometric lace motif is worked in each square that join together to create diamond patterning.

Each square is knit centre-out, working in the round and joined together with a simple crochet join, see the tutorial here.

The pattern includes both charted and written instructions.

Top: 40”/100 cm
Length: 61”/152.5 cm
Measurements taken after blocking.

Fingering weight
C1 – C24: 24-colour set, each skein consisting of 80 yd/74 m or 1920 yd/1756 m
C25: 400 yd/366 m
Optional laceweight CC (held together throughout): 2320 yd/2122 m

Sample shown in:
C1-C25: Love and Speckles, Singles, (fingering weight, 100% Superwash Merino, 400 yd/365 m per 100 g), Fields of Flowers Kit with full skein Crimson Clover
CC: Love and Speckles, Kidsilk Fluff, (lace weight, 72% Mohair, 28% Silk
459 yd/420 m per 50 g), Rosa

2 x US 6/4 mm long circular needles and DPNs or circular needles for small circumference knitting

G-6/4 mm crochet hook, 8 stitch markers, 2 needle stoppers, tapestry needle

17.5 sts and 33 rounds = 4”/10 cm in Radvent lace, blocked
18 sts and 40 rounds = 4”/10 cm in Garter stitch, blocked
Gauge is not crucial for this project, but variations will affect yardage and final measurements.