Lara Baby Blanket

from Katherine Vaughan Designs

Lara Baby Blanket Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit and purl patterning
  • Basic lace patterning

Pattern Description:

Peekaboo is so much easier when you've got some eyelets to help you peek! This gender-neutral but still light and lacy blanket packs a lot of movement and texture into a very simple stitch.

If you've never done the s2kp stitch (sometimes called sl2-k1-psso) before, you'll get lots of practice with this blanket. Put the right needle into the first two stitches as if you were going to knit them together, and slip them off the left needle. Knit the next stitch normally. With the tip of the left needle, lift and pass over the knit stitch the two stitches that were slipped. You have decreased two stitches. What makes this stitch special is that the middle of the three "sits" on top of the other two, keeping the line of stitches smooth.

This blanket, like most of mine, is available in two sizes. The smaller size is great for bassinets, carseats, and "lovies." The full size works great in a crib or as a floor blanket.


17 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Half size blanket is approx. 21" by 30" [51cm by 76cm]; Full size blanket is approx. 30" by 40" [76cm by 101.5cm]


  • 500 - 1000 yards (457 - 914 m) worsted weight yarn
  • US 8 - 5.0 mm needles
  • Yarn needle

Suggested yarn:

1000 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Caron Simply Soft



About Designer

About Designer


Katherine Vaughan has been knitting for 25+ years and designing for more than 7. She primarily designs adult and children's wear and accessories for adults and the home. She daylights as an academic librarian in the mountains of Virginia, where it is (almost) never too hot to knit. Website:

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