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OVER AND OUT
Do you see holes between two twisting ribbons? What colour are the holes? Or are there three ribbons?
A tessellation of semi-regular hexagons. The shapes have all sides the same length but angles of two different sizes.
Although this is called Over and Out, I only see ribbons going under other ribbons and don’t notice the ‘overs’.
What do you see? Keep looking and it may change.
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Over and Out
WEAVING PATTERN AFGHANS
Pieces of Eight
Wheels Within Wheels
The pieces are made individually, in garter stitch, and stitched together. This makes it a very portable project.
Make as many hexagons as you want then complete the edges with filler pieces to give an undulating outline on all edges.
Use any yarn, in three colours, and needles of your choice.
The photo shows a small afghan, suitable for a child. Instructions are included to make it bigger by adding more pieces or increasing the size of the pieces.
The pattern also includes designs with other arrangements of the same shapes.
You may see different effects depending on which way you view the afghan.