Mitered and Modular Throws and Accessories Knitting Patterns
Mitered and modular designs often make great portable projects. You can knit the pieces anywhere and then piece them together into a large project later.
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Free Knitting Patterns
This colorful afghan by Sandi Rosner is enhanced by using variegated yarn.
Sandi Rosner’s mitred square blanket gets its dimensional effect from eyelets and three shades of yarn.
Cascading Colors Mitered Blanket
Mitres in Motion Throw or Shawl
Simple decreases create the squares. The patchwork technique of adding squares as you go is done by picking up stitches along one side of the square to begin the next one. Each Square: 71/4inches x 71/4inches. Finished Dimensions of Shawl/Throw: 60inches x 30 inches.
Moth Wing Mitered Afghan
This colorful afghan by Michael Del Vecchio is enhanced by using self-striping yarn.
Stained Glass Afghan
This colorful afghan by Susan Levin is made of separate diamond pieces. Great stash buster!
Melody Johnson designed this poncho created from mitered diamond panels are featured in this poncho. The pattern offers suggestions for alternate sleeve patterns. Pictured project by Fibermania
Patterns for Purchase
Mitered Eyelet Baby Blanket
This patchwork afghan is made from lace squares with a floral lace motif that are seamed together. Customizable to any size and easy to knit on the go.
Mitered Baby Blanket
Using one shade of multicolored yarn for the mitered squares gives each square a unique look. Blanket is worked in a modular fashion, with stitches picked up and knit along the edges of an existing square to knit the next one.Border is knit separately and sewn to edge of blanket. 22″ x 27″ Great for multi-color yarn!
A combination of mitered squares and ombre yarn make a stunning cowl.
Mind Over Miter Shawl
Nancy Whitman’s modular garter stitch shawl uses decreases and a three needle bind off to create unusual mitered stripes.
Gill Buckerfield’s cardigan is knitted one square at a time in garter stitch (all knit), picking up stitches to join the squares, very little sewing is needed. For chest sizes 24″ (61cm), 26″ (66cm) and 28″ (71cm).