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Over the Rainbow Bridge


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Over the Rainbow Bridge is a sweet, easily customizable baby blanket in bright, bold colors! It's the perfect gender neutral baby present for the expectant parents who are waiting to be surprised by baby. You can make a rainbow, or change the colors to match your nursery of choice. The blanket is a big size, sure to last for a long time as a blanket, or a squishy mat for baby to enjoy some tummy time. If you want a smaller blanket, simply make the striped sections smaller, or for a larger blanket, make them larger. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl, knit in the round GAUGE 18 sts/ 24 rnds = 4 inches in Stockinette Stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 33 inches/88 cm across SUGGESTED YARN 1240 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Spud and Chloe Sweater COLORWAY Igloo, Lilac, Bloomsberry, Lake, Turtle, Firefly, Life Jacket, Barn, Splash

Recommended with this pattern

  • US 6/4mm dpns, US 6/4mm, 16-60" circulars
  • Worsted Weight yarn
  • Tapestry Needle

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All in a Day's Fun
All in a Day's Fun
Jessica Anderson is a wife to one wonderful man who supports her “yarn habit” and mommy to 4 sweet, funny and crazy kids (who sometimes resemble monkeys!). She started knitting about 6 years ago when her husband thought it was silly to spend $60 on a pair of longies to go over our little one’s cloth diapers (he has since spent well more than $60 on yarn and knitting!). After spending about a year sample knitting for Blue Sky Alpacas, she decided to try designing her own patterns when she could not find a pattern for a dress that she wanted to knit for her baby girl. Since then, she’s come up with a couple of things, several kid patterns and a few adult ones, including Tapioca. Her first published design, Go Bananas!, is in the Winter 2013 Petite Purls. Her most recent pattern is being offered from Spud and Chloe, Half-Pint Dress.