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rainbow baby blanket

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My First Slip-Stitch Afghan taught by Rhonda Fargnoli

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Yarn Weight Sport (5 ply)
Sizing Infant / Baby
Style Funky, Whimsical
Sheri Lea on

What needles did you use? US 5 / 3.75 mm / UK 9

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What materials did you use? I didnt have any solid color worted weight yarn to start this project so I used what I did have on hand. I used Wool of the andes from knit picks in a sport weight. My square ended up being 14 inches so I think this will make a brilliant baby blanket. I hope to back it with fleece or flannel with a ribbon edging.

Sheri Lea on

It's very nice, good idea to put a ribbon edging. I hope you will post a picture when it will be complete. Congratulations

12/17/2013 Flag

Oh, that turned out so pretty!

01/05/2014 Flag

At least you got it right ......... Very good

03/27/2014 Flag

You did a beautiful job on the square ! Did you block it to form the "Square" ? It looks very nice. The 3rd log really distorted my log. I have torn out 3 times; even added stitches...looks better but not to give someone as a gift....

04/10/2014 Flag

I did block it, I used wires around the outside ofthe square and I pinned the logs to make them rectangular. I did have trouble with the third log too. I carried 2 yarns instead of doing the slip stitch for that log in other squares and it did make the tension a bit more even for me. You can also try switching to a larger needle just for that log

04/10/2014 Flag

Beautiful! And I'd like to know if you had to block it, too. :)

08/11/2014 Flag