It’s fun browsing around and discovering something that I must have missed when it first came out. These are definitely my colors. I love the aqua, blue and tan. I also fell in love with a project on Ravelry made in aqua, navy and gray. Really striking!
This project is made in five strips. You start with a square, then you make a chevron on the long side. Notice in the instructions that you will be working in stripes for rows 2-25 then you repeat rows 2-25 three times more. You flip it over and only work rows 2-25 one time on the other side. I love that look.
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In fact, I would really like to stagger the square motifs in the strips as well. You would just vary the number of chevron stripes on each side. You don’t have to put them all in a row like this. You can easily get creative with this one. It would also make an excellent scrap yarn project. Don’t be shy!
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