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Brooke Baby Afghan

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Lay baby down on this Brooke Baby Afghan! Use this free knitting pattern to create this special blanket for your little one. This afghan is nice and large to snuggle with your baby. You can just imagine this blanket as the one that your tiny treasure will drag around the house when they're old enough to walk, and secretly keep under their pillow when they're a teenager. Don't hesitate any longer. Pick up those knitting needles and make your child a memory or a dozen. Just don't be surprised when they won't let you throw it out in ten years.

Brooke Baby Afghan
This image courtesy of www.gallentine.org

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Knitting Needle Size: 10.5 or 6.5 mm

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

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do have patterns for 85g/30z patons lace baby afghans

@taxestoo 7849519, I'm sorry; it looks like the designer has taken down the pattern for "Quick Baby Sweater." You could try contacting the designer; her e-mail address is gallent61@yahoo.com.

This says it matches the famous "Quick Baby Sweater" but I can't find that pattern

It simply means what it says, put your needle under the strand of yarn between the stitch you just knit and the one coming up. Loop your yarn around the needle just like you would to knit and bring the needle toward you, slipping the "made" stitch unto the right-hand needle. So you have added a stitch to that row.

The instructions to K the bar before the next stitch is what we used to call "M1" or Make one stitch where there was not one before... yes, the picture is crappy... does anyone have a good picture of a finished blanket ?

You can go to this site and click on view larger picture http://www.gallentine.org/Knitting/brookafghan.html Hope this helps. Lynda

The bar before the next stitch, I still don't understand that stitch. How may strands are we working with, I thought two

Yeah too bad there is no close up maybe in a different color. l understand the bar before the next stitch exactly as it is the one strand in between 2 stitches. lm gonna give it a try...from what l can see when l strain my eyes real bad it looks nice. Too bad some just can't take a decent photo especially if its to be shown on the internet...yes...dissapointing.

Maybe I am misunderstanding the pattern, but what does (K in bar before next st) mean? I want to make the blanket, but I have never seen this instruction before. Please help. Thanks. Norma

My sentiments exactly. The provided picture does not give you a clear picture of what the blanket actually looks like. Also, not able to get a close up of picture of the blanket. Will probably try to make this anyway. But it would be helpful to have a better picture.

It's a shame that you would shaw a white baby blanket on a white background. How is one suppose to see what it looks like?

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