This is a pattern/tutorial that will teach you how to make:
Gingham checks in 3 sizes
Color changes and managing threads
Linked stitches for a denser fabric that carried strands are less likely to peek through
2 different size Gingham Squares
2 different borders, including an exclusive Eyelet Border
Skeleton patterns for 7 different size blankets in each check size (starting chain and row counts)
Yarn Estimates for squares + blankets depending for each check size
You've never seen Gingham explained quite like this! Explained in detail with 4 pages of photos!
Original pattern: Beautiful Eyelet Border included.
Please do not copy or reproduce this pattern in whole or in part. The gingham checks have been thoroughly tested. The borders have not. All effort has been made to provide you with accurate and thoroughly explained instructions. Please let me know if you find any discrepancies. I do not mind if you sell what you make from this pattern, but you cannot sell the pattern or use the pictures for your own purposes. I really do hope some of you will use this pattern for charity or RAAK. I would love to see anything that you create with this pattern as the basis. I hope you enjoy! -Jenna
14Ldc x 8 rows = 4x4"
150 yards of Worsted weight
I love animals. And crochet. And vegetables. And gardening. And knitting, though I am not very good at it. And genetics. And history, classic literature, teas, my dogs and cats, my kids, my ...
I love animals. And crochet. And vegetables. And gardening. And knitting, though I am not very good at it. And genetics. And history, classic literature, teas, my dogs and cats, my kids, my grandbaby, and showing people how to make things. I appreciate all pattern purchases as they keep me in yarn! Yay!View all patterns by designer (53) »