I combined a full skein of One Pound ‘Rose’ with the ‘Taupe’ remaining from last week’s ‘Asymmetry’ and then added some cream and an anonymous variegated to make. . .
The cream is Magic Match III BULKY, a long-discontinued Olefin/Acrylic blend,
which happens to be just about the same thickness as the Caron One Pound colors. All of these yarns are slightly thicker than my usual RHSS so I moved to a slightly larger size I hook (5.5mm). This created a slightly wider blanket, 37″ rather than my usual 35″.
To compensate for the thinner variegated,
I did those rows in Half Double Crochets, instead of ‘regular’ Doubles, so they feel more like the One Pound rows.
With a size I hook a skein of One Pound yields 44 rows, while a skein of BULKY makes 9 rows x 4 remaining skeins = 36 more rows available.