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Sunshine and Shadows Baby Blanket


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A sweet, simple knit that's suitable for beginners, resulting in a stylish, modern baby blanket everyone will love! Great for a boy or a girl! This cozy blanket's size and square shape make it perfect for bringing along in the stroller, putting baby on the floor, or to make up for a shower gift! Tips included on how to make this into a larger, rectangular blanket. This pattern is an instant download! You can start stitching right away - no waiting!! Pattern Information: *** Yarn: Worsted (sample made using Mary Maxim Best Value) *** Needle size: US size 7 (4.5mm), 30" (76cm) *** Stitches used: knit, purl *** Finished size: 28" x 28" Please do not resell my pattern - however, you have full permission to sell your finished item! ************************************************************ Become a fan of Monsoon Calamity on facebook to be notified of new pattern releases! Ravelry ID: MonsoonCalamity ************************************************************ Thanks for looking and happy stitching! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY cast on knit purl cast off GAUGE 16 stitches & 24 rows = 4" in stocking stitch (note: gauge is not very important as long as the blanket drapes nicely) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 28" x 28" (76cm x 76 cm) SUGGESTED YARN 800 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Mary Maxim Best Value (Caron Simply Soft would be great as well!) COLORWAY Wheat, Wedgewood

Supplies Needed

  • yarn: worsted weight (sample made using Mary Maxim Best Value, 6oz/170g, 315yds/288m per ball) - 2 balls Wheat (yellow) - 1 ball Wedgewood (blue)
  • 1 circular needle - US size 7 (4.5mm), 30" (76cm) - or size needed for gauge

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I've been knitting and crocheting for 35 years and have been designing patterns since 2011. You can sell any finished items from Monsoon Calamity patterns, no exceptions, no need to contact me! I especially love playing with colour and texture whether I am knitting, crocheting, sewing, weaving, or painting. @MonsoonCalamity