This knitting pattern is for my "I Love Mom and Dad" baby blanket.
The blanket is very cozy and comfy. It is knitted in three patterns - Duck, Sun and "I Love Mom and Dad" phrase. I made it in bright yellow color but actual color and type of yarn can be varied.
My knitting pattern is easy to follow and suitable for beginners. So you can knit it for both boy and girl. Depending on yarn type either you can make a summer/autumn blanket or even a warm winter one.
The PDF pattern contains six pages of layout chart, diagrams, written row-by-row instructions and pictures.
My baby blanket has a perfect size for pram or cotbed use.
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS (one size):
Size after blocking: 30 inches (approx. 76 cm) x 34 inches (approx. 86 cm)
-9 x 50 g of 4 ply yarn in yellow 100% Mercerized cotton or yarn to obtain the gauge
-Circular needle size 3 (3.25mm)
28 stitches and 38 rows = 4"/10 cm in stockinette stitch using needle size 3 (3.25 mm)
I think this blanket is an ideal gift for your baby or the knitting pattern is a good gift for new mom who loves knitting!
You can get in contact with me at any time If you have any questions about it.
Thank you for looking!
28 sts and 38 rows = 4"/10 cm in stockinette stitch using needle size 3 (3.25 mm)
1377 yards of Fingering weight
|Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby|
Hi! Thank you for visiting my Craftsy page! My name is Tatsiana or just Tanya for short. I love knitting, crochet, felting, sewing, cooking and much more. I have so many projects and ideas in my head ...
Hi! Thank you for visiting my Craftsy page! My name is Tatsiana or just Tanya for short. I love knitting, crochet, felting, sewing, cooking and much more. I have so many projects and ideas in my head that I wish to have another pair of hands and 48 hours instead of 24. I like creating new designs and I want to share them with other people.
I have one daughter. I love creating things for her. She is my muse.
My beloved husband supports me in all my projects and beginnings. Many thanks to him for nice photos he has taken for my finished projects.
For more information please visit my blog: http://vitalinacraft.blogspot.co.uk/