|Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby|
In addition to being a mother of two and a supply teacher, I am also an avid knitter. It is very rare that I will go more than a day without knitting something! On those days you will probably find ...
In addition to being a mother of two and a supply teacher, I am also an avid knitter. It is very rare that I will go more than a day without knitting something! On those days you will probably find me spinning yarn instead :)
When writing each pattern, my goal has been to write it so that it is easy for even the most beginner of knitter to follow. If you ever have problems with a pattern or need some clarification on a step, you can reach me by email for assistance (firstname.lastname@example.org). I strive to respond to all emails in under 12 hours.
This is just about the simplest wrap pattern that you will ever find. This wrap is created using only knit stitches and simple increases/decreases, making it an easy project for even a beginner knitter to tackle! The finished product works as a wonderful photography prop with a huge number of uses - it can be wrapped around a newborn or pregnant belly or simply used as a basket liner or blanket. While this wrap looks similar to a pod or egg type design, this piece is actually knit flat. Through wrapping an infant in the blanket you can still get the pod/egg effect, as shown in the first two listing photo.
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Gauge is not really important with this pattern. If you want a tighter knit with smaller spaces, simply use smaller needles. For larger spaces, use larger needles. If you don't choose to use the yarn recommended, it is best to find a similar yarn with some bloom/fuzzy qualities to it.