Margaret Square

Margaret Square

A pattern test for A Yarn of Serendipity

In April I was able to test another design of Pam Knighton-Haener from A Yarn of Serendipity.

She designed this lovely square for someone who changed the trajectory of her craft, Margaret.

I used Drops Paris and Drops Love You 8 for this test. I followed color way 1 and replaced the colors as follows

Colour A / Off White

Colour B / Jeans Blue

Colour C / Sage Green

And here my result

I love the combination of Blue and Sage, it’s kind of calming. Using a 4,5 mm hook my blocked square is about 30 cm / 12 inch.

I loved testing this design. Pam’s patterns are always very detailed and well worked out! The skill level is intermediate but every stitch is explained very well. And there are clear and helpful row by row pictures that show exactly the stitch placement and so on. 

If you like the Margaret square you should also have a look at at a series of squares she designed in legacy of her grandchildren. I was able to test one of them in September 2020, the Carter Jude Square. 

The patterns are available in Pam’s Ravelry Store.

4 thoughts on “Margaret Square”

  1. Beautiful! Love the Blue and Green together, despite the fact they Blue and Green should never been seen, unless there's something in-between!Suex


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