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I have been knitting for as long as I can remember-My Mother taught me how to knit, crochet, embroider & sew. How lucky was I.

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Ezy Log Cabin Baby Blanket

from Edna Hart Knits
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Ezy Log Cabin Baby Blanket
Ezy Log Cabin Baby Blanket BOLD PATCH BABY BLANKET
Ezy Log Cabin Baby Blanket BOLD PATCH BABY BLANKET
Ezy Log Cabin Baby Blanket BOLD PATCH BABY BLANKET
Ezy Log Cabin Baby Blanket BOLD PATCH BABY BLANKET

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, Cast On, Bind Off

Pattern Description:

This Balnket is so Easy to knit! I know it looks difficult but it's Not!
Last year I designed The Bold Patch Throw and was asked many times to do a
Baby Blanket Version so here it is. My inspiration was the Pennsylvania Dutch
Amish Quilts. I love their bold geometric patterns and dynamic color
combinations. This blanket starts with a center panel that has three colors
worked in a stripe pattern. You than pick up stitches for each side panel and work
in a stripe pattern. This is an easy and fun project with Bold results.
SIZE: 28" W X 32"L
YARN: Berroco Modern Cotton, 60% Prima Cotton, 40% Modal Rayon,
209 yds, 191m, 3.5 oz, 100g. 2 hanks of Color A-Sparrow #1609.
2 hanks of Color B-Piper #1603. 2 hanks of Color C-Meadow Lark #1636
This yarn Is Machine washable in cold water.
GAUGE: 18 sts = 4". & 34 rows = 4"
TOOLS: 8 US 32" circular needles (5.0m), (this is not knit in the round but you
need at least 32" when you pick up the stitches on the center panel). Yarn
STITCH: Garter Stitch (knit every row)


18st & 34 rows = 4"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 28" W X 32" L


  • Berroco Modern Cotton-6 hanks, US 8 32" knitting needle

You Will Also Need:

  • yarn needle

Suggested yarn:

1200 yards of DK weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Berroco Prima Cotton


1609-Sparrow, 1603-Piper, 1636-Meadow lark

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