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12 Afghans in 12 Months Challenge

Finished March Afghan – 12 Afghans In 12 Months Challenge

I have finished my March Afghan! The design is inspired by vintage hexagon flower quilts. Instead of hexagons, I used flat circles, made on my Addi Express Professional Knitting Machine.

Making Flat Circles from Addi Knitting Machine into an Afghan

How to Make a Knitted Hexagon Flower Quilt

Hexagon Flower Afghan - Knitted on Addi Express Professional Knitting Machine

How to Make a Hexagon Flower Blanket with your Addi Knitting Machine

Finished March Afghan - 12 Afghans In 12 Months Challenge -  Yay For Yarn

Click Here to learn How to Make Flat Circles on the Addi Express Knitting Machine.

Happy Yarning! 🙂


  • Grace

    Hi there,
    I love what you have done here. Have you ever made circles on the large addi and if so, how many rows do you need?
    Many thanks,

    • Yay for Yarn

      Hello Grace,
      I have not made flat circles on the Addi King yet, but it can be done. I believe the person who made them said to work 36 rows. Then, you cinch both ends and flatten the tube so that the cinched parts line up on top of each other. (Please see the video tutorial if this doesn’t make sense.) When you have lined them up, you tack the layers together in the center. Maybe you could try 36 rows and see if that works. If not, you can unravel and try again, adjusting the number of rows until you are happy with the result. This is one reason why I love working with yarn. If something doesn’t turn out, you can always unravel it and try again! Hope this helps!

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