A simple blocks afghan. I used Lion Brand Suede on size 9 needles. I just made 3 strips with 4 blocks each and sewed it up. Knitted in simple stockinette with a slip selvege on the sides to easily sew.
CO as many stitches wide as you want one strip (one strip is 1/3 the width of your afghan).
Row 1: Slip purwise, K to end. Row 2: Slip purwise, P to last stitch, K1.
Change colors when it looks like a square. You can count the rows so that the other strips match up perfectly, but I don't live in a perfect world - I just eyeballed it.
You would think that these edges would roll up, but they didn't. No blocking needed. I will do anything to avoid blocking.
Looks amazing when finished! So soft!