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Sunshine Day Baby Throw

Sunshine Day Baby Throw Welcome the newest addition to your family with this delightful Sunshine Day Baby Throw. This simple knitted baby blanket will add a splash of color to any room and is sure to be a favorite. The random dashes of color in this easy baby blanket pattern are caused by knitting with two different colored yarns at the same time. The use of multiple yarns makes this blanket twice as warm. This project is perfect for beginning knitters if you do a knit stitch, you can make this delightful throw.


Soft, Easy Baby Throw

Soft Easy Baby Throw Theres no better way to welcome a new family member than to show your love through a fuzzy, warm blanket. Beginner knitters will adore this Soft, Easy Baby Throw pattern. A basic garter stitch makes up the bulk of this baby blanket pattern, so the most difficult part is the increases and decreases. Since the pattern is very basic, this is a great project for traveling. You wont need to keep track of charts or cable needles, just knit this cute blanket whenever you have time and youll be done before you know it.


How to Knit a Baby Blanket: 12 Darling Ideas

How to Knit a Baby Blanket 12 Darling Ideas Even if you're not expecting, the process of knitting a baby blanket for someone special is an entirely personal and emotional process. The excitement of welcoming a tiny someone into the world, the hopefulness of what his or her life will become, and the joy of adding to a loved one's family are just some of the emotions that can run through someone's head while knitting a baby blanket. If you've always wanted to learn how to knit a baby blanket but weren't sure where to start, peruse this list of darling baby blanket knitting patterns. From stashbusting ideas to intricate lace designs, there's a pattern in here for every expecting mother, aunt, grandmother, and friend.


Tree of Life Throw

Tree of Life Throw Create a beautiful and unique knit baby blanket with this Tree of Life Throw pattern. The distinctive cabled tree pattern gives this blanket a whimsical look that makes it a perfect addition to a nursery. This is a great project for an intermediate knitter. You should have some idea of how to cable before you begin this baby blanket pattern, but a quick learner should be able to master this project without a problem.


Simply Stripes Baby Blanket

Simply Stripes Baby Blanket Knit baby blankets are a favorite gift to give to expecting mother and new family members, and theyre a blast to knit since theyre generally smaller than a full-sized afghan. This Simply Stripes Baby Blanket is no exception its perfect for beginning knitters and its simplicity will charm kids and adults alike. Choose fun, bold colors to really make this knit baby blanket pattern stand out from the crowd.


Elephant Lovie Blanket

Elephant Lovie Blanket Do you still have your baby blanket? Even if you don't, it probably took a long time for that knit blanket pattern to disappear. The bond that little ones share with their baby blanket is heartwarming, and the Elephant Lovie Blanket is one of those baby blanket patterns that is worthy of the attachment. This adorable half plushie, half blanket is a fun way to combine playtime and nap time. Knit one for the little one in your family.


Box Stitch Baby Blanket

Box Stitch Baby Blanket This precious little baby blanket pattern is perfect for a small boy or girl. The Box Stitch Baby Blanket offers just enough texture and softness for baby's sensitive skin. This simple pattern is worked with doubled up DK weight yarn and size 10 needles. Make one for a friend who's expecting or keep one for your own baby. The Box Stitch Baby Blanket is easily adjustable for a full-size blanket as well, so knit one for the couch!


Colorful Sunbeams Blanket

Colorful Sunbeams Blanket Have you ever seen sunbeams dance? They may be shining through swaying tree branches or a line of fresh laundry on a windy day. The Colorful Sunbeams Blanket captures the warm and cozy feeling of flickering sunbeams against a windowsill. This easy knit blanket is a happy addition to any nursery or child's room. The Colorful Sunbeams Blanket is sure to keep them nice and cuddly until dancing sunbeams wake them up.


Simple Lines Baby Blankets

Simple Lines Baby Blankets With just a few simple details, you can create these stunning and sophisticated looking blankets designed by Heather Tucker. Available in five different sizes, the Simple Lines Baby Blankets come in two disparate varieties. Choose from a checked pattern similar to the waffle texture of an ice cream cone, or try making a simplified version featuring long, vertical stripes. Whichever blanket you decide to make, you can't go wrong. Each one possesses an understated beauty that reminds us how lovely simple things can be!


Moondance Baby Blanket

Moondance Baby Blanket This darling knit baby blanket pattern is a gorgeous display of soft-colored stripes, much like ethereal moon beams shining through an open window. The Moondance Baby Blanket is constructed of alternating stockinette and garter stitch stripes, giving the blanket a simple, classic look and texture. The soft, soothing colors of this calming baby blanket make it a welcome addition to any nursery.


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