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Sunday, July 8, 2012

Introducing the Kounterfeit Kabled Kover!

This is blanket #4 this year for Kozy Kovers for Kids!  That was my goal, so I am very excited to meet that in July!  I'm hoping to get another one or two finished this year in between hats also.  We're in the midst of an awful heat wave, so I made this a small blanket - about 32 x 32, but feel free to make it any size you like!

This blanket pattern is infinitely adjustable!  It's a multiple of 4 + 2 and you can just knit as few or as many rows as you would like to get your desired length!  Super simple and great for working on while watching TV or chatting with a friend.  I knit it using 2 different colors of Lion Brand's Pound of Love and used less than half a pound of each.

The pattern is free, but please, consider taking some time and knitting a blanket for a child in need.  If you are too far to get it to us, just donate it to your local foster care agency or to your local emergency room or police station.  And stop by our Facebook page and join us!  See what we're doing to help children in Delaware and beyond!   

The pattern is on Scribd as a PDF .  You can reach me at or

A close up of the stitch detail.

Kounterfeit Kabled Kover

Yarn:  2 colors of worsted weight yarn - amount depends on size

Needles:  Size US 15 -  29” circular needles 

Explanation:  K2togK:  Knit 2 stitches together, but don’t slip off left hand needle.  Insert right hand needle between the 2 stitches and knit the 1st stitch again, then slip both stitches off needle.

Cast on 90 stitches  holding one strand of each color together as one.  Do not join - circulars are used to accommodate the large number of stitches.

Row 1: P2, *K2, P2*; repeat from * to * across row

Row 2: K2, *P2, K2*; repeat from * to * across row 

Row 3:  P2, *K2togK, P2*; repeat from * to * across row 

Row 4: K2, *P2, K2*; repeat from * to * across row

Repeat Rows 1 - 4 until piece is desired length.  Bind off in pattern.  Weave in ends and enjoy.

© Robin Celli 7/2012

Happy Knitting!

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  1. This Kounterfeit Kabled Kover will be my next afghan for the Knitting Paradise project....knitting for the June flood victims/ survivors.
    I expect it will knit up fast with 2 yarns at the same time. We have 8 or more Calgary members in KP knitting for this project, and have also received donations for other KP members. We have been collecting hats, mitts, scarves, and blankets to be distributed in the later fall. Thank you for this pattern. Nancie

  2. Thanks. I cannot only keep improving my knitting but also help people. What a great idea!

  3. I will be using this pattern for a Project Linus blanket. My Mom and I belong to the chapter that covers Los Angeles, the San Gabriel Valley and San Fernando Valley and neighboring areas. So good to see others doing for various charities and helping those in need.