Lizard Ridge

lizard ridge

Pattern: Lizard Ridge by Laura Aylor
Yarn: Noro Kureyon in the following colourways; 102 (four), 154 (three), 153 (two), 170 (two), 180 (two), 92, 134, 138, 159, 164, 165, 166, 182. Cascade 220 in black (for seaming) and teal (for edging).
Needles: US 8 (5.0mm) 24″ Addi Turbo Circular

Six weeks of marathon knitting, seaming, and crochetting later, the blanket is done.

A few notes on the project. I alternated skeins in each block, rather than the ends of one skein. I mattress stitched the entire thing together. When it came to the edging I dropped a hook size so I could single crochet around the edge and not have to guess where I put the hook. This resulted in a slight ruffle that went away when the blanket was blocked. There are plans to back the afghan this fall. Despite the pretty looks it has, it is made out of Kureyon and is bloody uncomfortable to cuddle with.

7 Responses to “Lizard Ridge”


  1. 1 Kate

    It looks beautiful! I really like all the bright colors, it makes it so cheerful. I agree with you about Kureyon – not the most snuggly yarn.

  2. 2 Kathleen

    How utterly beautiful! Be proud!

  3. 3 may

    It looks lovely!! I agree about the backing, kureyon wrapped around the neck…ick!

  4. 4 Tamara

    The colors are just so vibrant! Lovely!

  5. 5 anna

    it looks even better in person! that blasted thing is bloody gorgeous!!!

  6. 6 Kirsten

    Absolutely Stunning! I am working on one of these too….I don’t think I will be getting those gorgeous color contrasts though. I have been experimenting with different methods of switching the colors. Since this is one of my early knitting projects, could you tell me how you will back it???? Again, absolutely beautiful. 😀

  7. 7 Stacey

    YES!! GORGEOUS! So glad we got a full pic!

    So glad I am doing mine in Silk Garden so I can cuddle up in it!

    I am sure if when you put a backing on it it will be much better!

    Yes do tell how you plan to back it please! :o) I might do mine too!

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