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King Charles Brocade Baby Blanket

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This King Charles Brocade Baby Blanket is a lovely knit that's easy to make with just knit and purl stitches. This knit blanket pattern is beautifully detailed and will keep any baby cozy. Best of all, you can make this knit blanket in any size you want.

King Charles Brocade Baby Blanket
King Charles Brocade Baby Blanket
This image courtesy of Mama's Stitchery Projects

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Knitting Needle Size: 6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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I am knitting this blanket right now, and I absolutely LOVE the pattern and design!! Thank you so much for sharing it :)

This was my first attempt at pattern knitting. The directions were easy to follow and it was fun to se the pattern emerge. I created a file card with each row pattern on a separate card. Then I flipped the card as I finished a row. I made this with DK yarn. Next time I'll use worsted to have the project go faster.

Easy to knit and beautiful outcome.

A row or two don't reconcile at the end and a slight adjustment has to be made to accommodate the stitches at the border. I'm still working on it, making the Extra Large size. If I'm putting in all that work, it might as well last longer. This is a gift for my infant granddaughter and I really enjoy it. The instructions are clear and easy to follow and the result is what you see, a rich brocade pattern. I consider myself still a beginner when it comes to understanding pattern instructions and this one makes me feel like pro potential! Thank you.

This reminds of when I was a little girl and wanted a new puppy soooooo much!!!!

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