HoneyBee 3-dimensional baby blanket

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HoneyBee 3-dimensional baby blanket Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

30 x 30 inches ( or desired size)

Fingering yarn - two strings at a time (4 ply) - 2 skeins, 420 yards each - total of 840 yards (or 384 meters x 2 skeins = 768 meters) OR you could use any other yarn in DK/Worsted (420 yards)
For this pattern, I've used Madelinetosh Merino Tosh Light yarn in Gilded Color
29'' (73.5 cm) Circulate knitting needle - Size 2 (2.75 mm) US needle or size needed to obtain below gauge

GAUGE: In pattern - 24 stitches by 40 rows = 4 x 4 inches
St(s): stitch(es)
CO: cast on
BO: bind off
sl: slip
k: knit
p: purl
wyb: with yarn in back of work (SEE PICTURE AT THE END OF PATTERN)
wyf: with yarn in front of work (SEE PICTURE AT THE END OF PATTERN)
WS: wrong side
RS: right side

REMEMBER/NOTE: the pattern between the stars *** should be repeated as indicated below.

FOR THE BORDER: - done in a garter stitch (by knitting all stitches in all rows); 10 rows in the beginning and the end of work, and 6 stitches on each side - I provide you with this information so you could modify the pattern to your own liking - narrow or wider border.
Pattern: multiples of 6 sts plus border stitches (6x2=12 sts). Example for this pattern: (6x28 repeats) + 12 =180

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ALL PROCEEDS this month are going to Cerebral Palsy Orphanage in Ukraine - around the place I grew up -place is very close to my heart.

I am blessed with a beautiful and healthy baby girl - but there are a lot of sick children out of there who don't even have parents - my heart is going out to them.

This month I am donating all proceeds from my business (my night job at this point) to ...

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