Fifty Shades of Grey Throw


Fifty Shades of Grey Throw


Fifty Shades of Grey Throw

When some knitters see a knit blanket pattern, they see a nearly impossible task. While it's true that knitting a blanket can take quite a lot of time and effort, it can be quite a fun task if you have the right pattern. The Fifty Shades of Grey Throw combines simplicity with beauty to create a nice knitted blanket that can be used to not only keep you warm but also to decorate. Drape your Fifty Shades of Grey Throw across the back of a couch or lay it across the end of your bed to add a new element to the room. Your guests will wonder where you got it. They will hardly be able to believe you knit it yourself! Knit mostly using garter stitch knitting, this is one easy blanket knitting pattern you won't mind casting on.


Knitting Needle Size15 or 10 mm

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

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch


  • RED HEART® Light & Lofty® (Art. E708 available in solid color 6 oz (170 g), 140 yd (128 m) and multi color and stripes 4.5 oz (127 g), 105 yd (96 m) skeins): 7 skeins 9965 Zebra Stripe
  • Susan Bates® Circular Knitting Needles: 10mm [US 15] 29” long
  • Yarn needle

GAUGE: 10 sts = 4” [10 cm]; 9 rows = 4” [10 cm] in Garter Stitch. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size needle to obtain the gauge. Exact gauge is not necessary for this project.


Measurements: 45” x 45” [114 x 114 cm]


cm = centimeters
k = knit
Kf/b = knit into the front and back of the next stitch
RS = right side
st (s) = stitch(es)
WS = wrong side


Special Stitches:
Kfb = Knit into the front of next stitch and leave on left needle; knit into the back of same stitch and drop both stitches from left needle. Increase made.
Skp: Slip next stitch knitwise to right needle; knit stitch on left needle; pass slipped stitch over knit stitch and off right needle. Decrease made.



  1. Circular needle is used to accommodate large number of stitches. Do not join, work back and forth in rows.


Cast on 2 sts.
Row 1 (Right Side): Kfb, k1 – 3 sts.
Row 2 (Wrong Side): K1, kfb, k1 – 4 sts.
Row 3: K1, kfb, knit to end of row – 5 sts.
Next Rows: Repeat Row 3 until there are 114 stitches on needle. Side edge should measure 45” [114 cm].
Next Row (Decrease Row): K1, skp, knit to end of row. Repeat Decrease Row until 2 sts are left on needle.
Next Row: Skp. Bind off all sts.

With yarn needle, weave in ends.

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This is a variation on the classic corner knit or diagonal knit blanket pattern. One thing I noticed was the instructions use the abbreviation "skp" for slip 1, knit 1, pass slipped stitch over. I am more used to "s1k1psso" as an abbreviation for that. Just wanted to point that out, skp looks a lot like skip.

Thank You.....I was getting confused. The Blanket looks absolutely divine.... couldn't resist the pattern!


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