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Candy Blanket

By: Bronislava Slagle from
Candy Blanket
Candy Blanket

"With two 8 oz skeins, you can knit this beautiful blanket which has a 3D looking surface. The pattern uses only knit and purl stitches so it any seasoned beginner could give this project a try. Depending on how many repeats you will use, you could make a washcloth, a baby blanket, a lap blanket, a scarf, or even a regular big blanket or even a shrug. Make this simple pattern into something for anyone - your imagination has no limits. Use just one color or several - make this project your own "one of a kind"."

NotesAll info and materials are posted on the blog, including a link to a knit along educational video.


Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

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

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I like blanket patterns that are textured and have their own unique look. This one kind of looks like cable stitches but it's not. The candy colors are cute but you could use whatever color combination you wanted. I might even try cotton or cotton blend yarn and make it a lightweight summer blanket.

Cute pattern. It would make a nice blanket and like the designer noted, a nice scarf. You have to keep track of your stitches but it keeps it from becoming boring. It is a good stash buster as well as long as you have enough of the yarn needed. I am always looking for extra blanket patterns. Plus I make scarves for charity knitting and this pattern would be nice. Thank you for the pattern.


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