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Dreamland Knit Baby Blanket

Baby will drift off to dreamland in no time snuggled in this quick knit baby blanket.

Dreamland Knit Baby Blanket
Dreamland Knit Baby Blanket
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This Dreamland Knit Baby Blanket is an incredibly easy knitting pattern that makes a lovely, soft baby afghan. With this baby blanket knitting pattern, you'll be able to make a quick, simple gift for the new baby in your life. Using a combination of stockinette and garter stitches, this free knitting pattern will have you making a simple but thoughtful baby blanket in no time. Whether this is a blanket for your own baby, a grandchild, or a friend, everyone is sure to appreciate this handmade gift. 


Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm, 7 or 4.5 mm

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

Gauge4-1/2 sts=1” over st st on size 7 needles for Dreamland 2.5 sts =1” over garter st on size 10 needles for Dreamland fancy border.

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This pattern is so easy, and would be the perfect gift! I can see giving this to a new mom for her baby, or to a couple for their new home! You could even change the colors for an older boy or girl, for Christmas or a birthday. There are so many possibilities!

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Not a good pattern for a beginner. It would be better to knit the edges along with the body instead of afterwards.

I was looking for a simple baby blanket and this will be fine. Not crazy about the edging either. I will also do either a garter stitch at the edges or a seed stitch so it does not roll. This should work up fast. Thank you.

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Not wild about this one. Seems like a lot of trouble to pick up an edging when its just a garter stitch. Maybe use an 8 needle and do 8 rows of garter then st st with garter st at the beginning and end of each row and finish with garter st. Plymouth yarn is just beautiful so a baby blanket will be a treasure.


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