Skip Navigation Website Accessibility

Lizard Ridge Afghan

Lizard Ridge is a fascinating afghan made from undulating stripes. Connie was taken with it, and once she started, she couldn’t stop knitting the squares. They make a great take-along project. This project will show you how to make short rows—and Connie has great tricks to make the short rows look perfect on the front side of the afghan. Price: $42 Supplies: You’ll need to get a copy of the Lizard Ridge pattern from If you have any trouble finding it or getting it, come see us and we’ll help you. You also need about 20-21 skeins of Kureyon or Silk Garden yarn, or 5 skeins of Ito. We suggest that you buy a variety of colors to make the blanket more interesting. You can buy just a couple of skeins at a time, since the afghan is made in blocks. Saturdays, Feb. 8 & 15, 2:30-5:30 p.m. to learn the technique, and then a third class on May 2 at the same time, to learn finishing. Teacher: Connie Smith

The pattern is on (let us know if you need help getting it):

Instructor: Connie Smith
Instructor Bio: Connie Smith

{{model.event.first_date}} - {{model.event.last_date}} {{model.event.sections.length}} Sessions {{model.event.sections[0].time}}
{{}} {{s.time}}

Seats available {{model.remainingSeats()}}



Included Materials



This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.