Logan Baby Blanket

from Katherine Vaughan Designs

Logan Baby Blanket Pattern

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Knitting: Logan Baby Blanket
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Lace knitting

Pattern Description:

What a sweet little blanket, with an easy to remember lace pattern that gives a great graphical punch to a simple knit. The eyelets could look like hearts, birds, tents, mountains, or faces, depending on the angle of view and the imagination of the viewer.

Instructions are given for two weights (DK and Worsted) and two sizes (half and full); enough variation in one pattern for the overworked auntie or grandma!

Note that gauge for the DK weight version is 22 stitches and 32 rows to make a 4in/10cm square in stockinette stitch on US6 (4.0mm) needles; gauge for the worsted weight version is 18 stitches and 28 rows to make a 4in 10cm square in stockinette stitch on US9 (5.5mm) needles.

Gauge:

18 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch (worsted); 22 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch (DK)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • "Half" blanket is 20in by 30in (50cm by 75cm); "Full" blanket is 30in by 40in (75cm by 100cm).

Materials:

  • 500 - 1200 yards (457 - 1097 m) DK or worsted weight yarn
  • US6 (4mm) OR US9 (5.5mm) needles (depending on weight of yarn used)
  • Stitch markers
  • Yarn needle

Suggested yarn:

600 yards of Worsted weight

About Designer

About Designer

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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: http://www.ktlvdesigns.com

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