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A little bit of cabling, a little bit of lace, juxtaposed just so to create a stunning overall effect. This luxe baby blanket is sure to be a winner with its impressive-looking stitch pattern!
But you'll know that it was created with simple cabling techniques and some basic lacework. Ha!
This blanket is also knit in one-piece, with the moss stitch edgings knit-on. Choose a yarn, like this Knitpicks Shine Worsted for beautiful stitch definition and the softness and ease-of-care that the baby's Mom will appreciate. And Shine Worsted comes in a stunning color range, so stray from the traditional baby pinks and blues. . . babies look great in vibrant colors!
22 stitches = approx 4 1/2" [11.5 cm] and 26 rows = approx 4" [10 cm] in Cable Lace patt (blocked)
450 yards of Worsted weight
My knitting designs are all about feminine details, like lace and lovely textures, fitted shapes, and pretty finishings! All my designs can be found at SweaterBabe.com.