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Acorn Baby Blanket

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Wrap up your tiny baby in the Acorn Baby Blanket. This baby blanket knitting pattern is the perfect project for a beginning knitter! The Acorn Baby Blanket is knit in a beautiful shade bright gold and features an interesting stitch design. This light and lacy knit blanket is perfect for cuddling on the couch on a lazy week day or staying warm in bed on a cold winter's night. With instructions for both circular or straight needles, this knit baby blanket pattern is a must-knit!

Acorn Doll Blanket
This image courtesy of phoebeontheroad.blogspot.com

Beginner

Knitting Needle Size: 8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Ratings & Comments (8)

Sep 27, 2013

I can find no way to print/download/copy this knitting pattern!!!

 

Dec 20, 2011

I have made both sizes for our daughter. I love it although I thought it was a little hard at first. Once I got the hang of it, it went very quickly. I would definitely make this again. I have since bought Phoebes sweater and Freddies blanket. Im hoping to make the sweaters after the Christmas knitting is complete.

 

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Aug 29, 2011

I like this type of article. because it tell how many stitches, and when to end. thank you very much. Hope K

 

May 31, 2011

@ evanli5 4604485 To see how to KFB, please refer to the "Knit One" method of increasing shown in this article httpwww.allfreeknitting.comKnitting-Tutorialshow-to-increase-stitches. br br For an "ssk," check out this video tutorial on our YouTube channel httpwww.youtube.comwatch?v=xwHHHeAweh8br br Hope this helps!br br -- Editor of AllFreeKnitting

 

May 31, 2011

Please show me how to KFB (knit into Front and Back) and also SSK. thank you

 

Feb 21, 2011

Are there any corrections to the Acorn doll blanket?

 

Feb 13, 2011

This soooooooooooooo cute!!!

 

Oct 5, 2010

i don't know how to knit

 

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