Tetris is one of my all time favorite games. Something about how the blocks fit together speaks to me. I designed the Tetris Prism Scarf to feature a Tetris game on both ends, with falling blocks along the length of the scarf. Each end has two different possible designs you can choose to knit, for either a well played game or a poorly played game! I imagine it as two people playing a Tetris battle.
Double knit, this scarf is fully reversible, featuring opposite color schemes on each side. Tetris is a colorful game, so I used a rainbow colored yarn to really make the pieces pop.
Tetris was one of my favorite games as a child. There’s something about making the blocks fall into place in an interlocking fashion that is so satisfying to me. One of the first things I did after learning how to knit was to start designing a Tetris afghan. Five years later, the afghan finally became a reality!
The Tetris Afghan is knit as individual squares, which are then joined together using a crochet join into the Tetris pattern. This makes it a very portable project. I created many of the squares on the plane or in the car while traveling.
This is a great beginner blanket. The only knit stitches involved are knit and purl. The squares are joined together using crochet with full illustrated instructions for how to do so.