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Amazement Afghan/Wall-hanging - PDF knitting pattern

Can anyone resist following the path of a maze?

This design is based on a hedge maze at Chevening, Kent, England. It can be knitted using any yarn and needles and can be used as an afghan or wall-hanging. Changing the thickness of the yarn will change the overall size. The version in the photos used two strands of Double Knitting yarn throughout.

The maze is knitted in four triangular pieces starting at the centre. You do have to be able to handle several balls of yarn across the row, in some places. For this reason it is the most difficult design we produce but it is still not beyond the skills of anyone but an absolute beginner.

The afghan in the photo was made using two strands of Double Knitting yarn held together but any other yarn could be used. It is approximately 125 cm (50 inches) square.

Read the story of this afghan on the Woolly Thoughts web site.

Designed by mathekniticians Pat Ashforth and Steve Plummer.

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