Corner To Corner Herringbone Knit Blanket
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"Whenever I make a blanket, I always look for a pattern or technique that spares me from calculating the number of stitches I need to cast on to get the right width. That’s why I prefer blankets that either start from the center like Granny Square patterns, or that are worked from corner to corner. I got the inspiration for this pattern when I started making a baby blanket for a friend. I really wanted to use the Herringbone stitch which is so elegant and unique, so I came up with this corner to corner version."
Notes- The blanket can be made as a square and as a rectangle (see notes in the pattern).
- I suggested using a bigger needle size than is suggested for DK yarn, in order to make the blanket fluffy and nice and to emphasize the “bones” in the pattern.
Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm
Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)
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