I recently shared a baby blanket I had made for a friend which my 2 boys took a liking to. Here is the link to the original post if you missed it: http://wp.me/p385yc-k7
It was the first time I had used this pattern and whilst it was nice to do, it left me a huge number of ends to darn in, of which I am not a fan. So, I have been playing with the pattern and adapted it to make squares in one continuous motion.
The original pattern used wiggly lines starting at one edge and finishing on the opposite side. I wondered what would happen if you start in the corner and do the same wiggly line working diagonally and this is what I ended up with. I also attached each section to the previous line to form boxes.
I’m quite pleased with it. However the square measures 7.5″ and took approximately 2.5 hours to make. So a few more squares needed to make a single blanket. It might be done by winter!
I hope you like it.
Have a great weekend.