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Evergreen Speed Stix Afghan
Pattern Number: 60252
Rating: *****
4.5 (based on 4 reviews)
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Evergreen Speed Stix Afghan Reviewed by Shanan Strode on 2012-05-25 *****
Love this pattern and I used CIRCULAR knitting needles I found on Etsy! They call them Super Stix.

Evergreen Speed Stix Afghan Reviewed by karen salazar on 2009-06-30 ****
oh please Lion Brand, make us some circular Speed Stix! This was a great pattern for instant gratification but it would have been a lot more pleasurable to not have the stitches so crammed on the needles. I don't usually like knitting done on huge needles,but this does turn out nicely.

Evergreen Speed Stix Afghan Reviewed by Christine Ann Hewitt on 2008-12-06 *****
I agree that if the speedstick were longer it would be much easier to knit.
The afghan knits up very quickly and is soft, snuggly and warm.

Evergreen Speed Stix Afghan Reviewed by Suzanne Sorice on 2008-10-08 ****
I love this pattern. Have made it in cream with tan fun fur, and am now making one for my granddaughter in shades of pink.

My major complaint is that 52 stitches of multiple yarns per stitch just do not comfortably fit onto the length of the speedstix needle. These speedstix needles really need to come in longer lengths (or circular). My stitches were always jammed onto the needle so tightly that it was a major effort to knit each stitch.

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