InstructionsThis blanket is a very simple moss/seed stitch pattern.
CO 75 stitches (or any odd number of stitches)
Row 1 Knit
Row 2 Knit
Row 3 Begin moss/seed stitch: *K1, P1; *repeat until end of row (be sure to end with k1)
Repeat row 3 until desired length
Knit the last 2 rows
Mine measured about 28"x28"
The two knit rows at the top & bottom are optional; ...
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Type of item: Functional
Cream Cottontot Yarn, Size 11 circular needle, Small amounts of desired yarn for flowers, Size 6 needles, Size 4 dpns
What was your inspiration?
Niece/nephew #10 was on the way!
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What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Be sure to cast on an odd number of stitches for the pattern. :) The only reason I did not rate this super easy is because of the Daisy flower. It is all easy, but I have made many toys & am experienced at sewing things together and shaping & such. If one has never done any of that, it might not be super easy. But so worth learning; fun stuff!
My blanket is very lofty or airy because I used size 11 needles with only one strand of yarn. For a thicker blankie, just use 2 or even 3 strands if you wish.