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Eggnog Arm Knit Blanket

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Eggnog Arm Knit Blanket
Eggnog Arm Knit Blanket
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The Eggnog Arm Knit Blanket is a beautiful free knitting pattern featuring a lovely fringe detail. The best part is this fringed arm knit blanket can be made in a couple of hours. You will love snuggling up by the fire with this piece. An extra bulky yarn works best for this pattern, because it works up quickly and produces an extra cozy effect. The yarn used gets thicker and thinner in parts which gives the blanket even more texture. Five skeins of yarn makes a lap-sized blanket with fringe, so you can adjust accordingly depending on how big you want your arm knit blanket to be. Whatever size you decide to make, this free knitting pattern will quickly become a household favorite.


Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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I have tried arm knitting a cowl and I have knit a blanket like this with some PVC needles. I'm not very good at it. I can't seem to get my tension to stay. Does anyone have any advice? I love the look of these but am always disappointed with the results.

This arm knit blanket pattern uses Lion Brand LB Collection Wool Yarn. It is a super bulky 100% wool roving yarn but it has a thread wrapped around it that creates variations in the thickness. So the blanket comes out having kind of a rustic look from that plus the arm knitting.

Arm knitting is new to me. I have seen pictures of finished items and short instructional videos and it looks very interesting. This blanket looks very airy so I wonder how warm is it actually? Im afraid the loose stitching would let too much cool air through to keep you warm.

I think you would be mistaken about that. This blanket is very heavy and quite warm, almost too warm at times. I've made many lacy or holey type blankets and afghans and the design of the pattern does not influence the functionality of the knitted item. Hope this helps.


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