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Trevor's Baby Blanket


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This pattern was designed for the 2nd son of a dear friend of mine in the Tacoma, WA area. Although the pattern is somewhat open-weaved, it's also very snug and cozy. Trevor's blanket is a fast and fun pattern to work up with an optional last row. Without it, it could be considered more masculine and with it, the pattern has a lacy look to it fit for a little girl. Yet, either way works for boys or girls. The only advanced stitch is the FPDC and BPDC, but if you're ambitious and aren't afraid of you can easily find tutorials on how to do these stitches. Other than that, I'd even recommend this pattern for a beginner. GAUGE Trevor's baby blanket is a bit larger than the average baby blanket. It's large enough to be a good cover-up for both baby and mom while nursing. And, Trevor's blanket can grow with baby to be a nice sized lap ghan when they're an adult. But, gauge is unimportant in this pattern SUGGESTED YARN 32 ounces of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Red Heart, but Caron Simply Soft would be wonderful too. COLORWAY Solid or multi colored

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  • I used the pounder skeins but not all was used.

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Beya Craft & Hobby
Beya Craft & Hobby
I've been crocheting, tatting and knitting since 1966. With crochet, I immediately took to designing and that's where I derive most of my pleasure in the crochet world. I've also been teaching fiber arts professionally since 2008. Of course, I've taught since way before that, but just not for pay. :) Some of the most pleasurable moments in designing is when I develop a pattern stitch that I've never seen before. I immediately start putting together patterns using those stitches and have "in the works" the start of many books with patterns and tutorials. I always guarantee my patterns. If you purchase one of my patterns and you're skill level is within that set by my pattern skill level, I will gladly work with you till you understand not only what the pattern is saying, but also how to do what the pattern is saying. So, what have you got to lose?