Giganto-Blanket Time Lapse Video

Good morning, everyone! I did a time lapse while knitting a dark-brown Giganto-Blanket recently, and I wanted to share it with everyone. Here you go!

The video captures about 1 hour and 20 minutes of me knitting a dark-brown version of my Giganto-Blanket, with a shot taken once every 4 seconds. The whole blanket takes about 2 1/2 hour to knit total.

For more information about my Giganto-Blanket, please visit the FAQ page. Thanks for watching!

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3 Comments

  • Nicole says:

    This is rad! Looks like a pretty good arm workout, too.
    Have you always knit forwards and backwards? Or did you start out flipping the work, and realizing that was a pain in the arse?
    -Nicole
    Knit, Nicole, Knit!

    • Laura Birek says:

      Hi Nicole! I learned to knit backwards for entrelac and it became pretty clear that this was a good technique to use for the giganto-blanket as well! I don’t usually knit backwards for other projects, but this definitely saves some arm strength!

  • Kris Hackbart says:

    I learned to knit backward on arm knitting, then got to love it in entrelac, and plan to use it if I do a giganto blanket! Thanks for directions and suppliers!

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