How to Knit a Patchwork Blanket (with Pictures)

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This article was co-authored by Gregory Patrick and by wikiHow staff writer, Jessica Gibson. Gregory Patrick is a knitter and author who runs the popular blog Madman Knitting. He has been knitting and writing about knitting for over 10 years. This article has been viewed 360,995 times.

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Updated: January 7, 2022

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To knit a patchwork quilt, start by casting on 14 stitches to your needle. When you’re ready to start knitting, hold the needle with no stitches in your right hand, insert it into the stitch nearest the end of the left needle, wrap the yarn around the right needle, and pull the stitch off the left needle. Continue knitting until you finish the square, then cast off by knitting a row of stitches on the right needle. Repeat this process to make as many squares as you like before sewing them together to form the blanket. For tips on how to sew the edges of 2 squares together and how to weave in the ends, read on!

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