This is our third version of Square Deal. It shows the same 21 squares as the others although each afghan is shown in a different orientation. The only alternative to this arrangement would be its mirror image. This one consists of mitred squares and is knitted one square at a time with no sewing needed.
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21 mitred squares worked one at a time with no sewing required. A slightly unusual, but very easy, mitred technique is used. The largest square is made first. When this is complete the afghan is almost one-fifth done.
The afghan is shown in two colours but could be made with any number of colours. A very colourful afghan can be made with seven colours as the sequence can be used three times. It can be made with any type of yarn.