The knitters at Abundant Yarn Online, Linda Lynn and Hannah Cuviello, are going to use this space to share what’s on our needles (and hooks). Linda has started on the Great American Kid’s Afghan, one of the Great American Afghan series by Knitter’s Magazine, featuring Cascade Yarns. The first square features a pinwheel pattern, inspired by a patchwork quilt design. It is knit using an entrelac technique. Can’t you imagine an entire afghan made up of that square? The second square uses several knitting techniques. The wide border is in a trinity stitch. Helpful hint: use pointier needles, such as Addi Lace Turbos. The ABC’s are done in duplicate stitch. Other techniques used are cable and transitional cast-on. Linda’s been using Cascade Yarn’s 220 Superwash Sport, which yields 9” squares for a lighter weight, baby-sized project.