This is an afghan pattern I’ve knitted six or seven times, in sizes ranging from a baby blanket to a blanket large enough to cover a queen-sized bed. It’s “Rambling Rows,” by Carol A. Anderson and Pat Penney. It is knitted of 55 mitered geometric shapes: squares of two sizes and a rectangle that is half the size of the largest square (double the size of the smaller square). Most afghans turn out to be major tests of a knitter’s sewing or crochet skills because bazillions of pieces need to be joined to create the finished object. But the Anderson/Penney team figured out how to knit together the entire afghan. When you complete the last section, you are done, except for knitting whatever edge you decide to use. Quoting Lewis Carroll’s Jabberwocky: “Oh frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!” ‘Cuz this here knitter is seriously sewing and crochet impaired.
Here are a few more RRs, including a queen-sized version knitted of bulky weight Tahki Soho Bulky Tweed wool where I followed the pattern but randomized the colors: