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Fibonacci Blanket
Fibonacci Blanket
Fibonacci Blanket
Fibonacci Blanket
Fibonacci Blanket

Fibonacci Blanket

$4.08 USD

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The Fibonacci Blanket features an eye-catching colorwork design.
The Fibonacci Sequence is the series of numbers: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, … The next number is found by adding up the two numbers before it.
For a while now, I’ve been wanting to make something using the Fibonacci sequence in stripes. I’ve always liked the way it looks, but I’ve always dreaded making a blanket in some sort of solid fabric.

I was inspired by the sequence and used the numbers of the sequence to dictate my stripe pattern calculations.

• Instant download PDF (no supplies included)
• Knitting skill level: Easy / Beginner
• Standard American terms
• Perfect project for new knitters

••Pattern includes 5 finish size options:
Throw: 52″x60″ / 132×152 cm
Twin: 66″x90″ / 168×229 cm
Full / Double: 90″x108″ / 229×274 cm
Queen: 96″x108″ / 244×274 cm
King: 108″x108″ / 274×274 cm

• Needle size: US 6 - 4.0 mm
• Yarn weight: Sport (12 wpi)
• Yardage:
Color 1: 2025 (3856, 6311) [6730, 7573] yards / 1851 (3525, 5770) [6153, 6924] meters
Color 2: 2025 (3856, 6311) [6730, 7573] yards / 1851 (3525, 5770) [6153, 6924] meters

I recommend using 32”/ 80cm circular needles, just to avoid dropping stitches, but it can all be knitted on straight needles.