This baby blanket is a sampler of color, texture, and cable stitches.
In this baby afghan, cables, ribs, and bobbles come together to form stylized flowers.
Abstract blossoms abound in this knitted equivalent of a still-life painting, complete with a mitered garter stitch frame.
Hexagons fit together like the cells of a honeycomb in this brightly colored baby blanket.
The two-tone geometric patterns used in this afghan were inspired by the elaborate decorations on Ukrainian Easter eggs.
This afghan is inspired by the rectilinear lines of Danish modern furniture.
Each square of this afghan is made with an easy textured stripe pattern.
The simple geometric design of this two-color afghan is a nice fit for all kinds of rooms.
The overall pattern of this afghan is loosely based on the design of mud cloth weavings from Mali and other regions of Africa.
When working the color work of this afghan, the strands not in use are held in front, creating the illusion of tapestry weaving.