Grow With Me Knit Blanket Pattern


Grow With Me Knit Blanket Pattern


“Grow With Me” Knit Blanket Pattern

This cozy baby blanket pattern is great for knitting for new babies.  You can easily customize the yarn colors to match your nursery or you could knit this up as a gift for a friend or family member who is expecting.  The great thing about this blanket is that it is one that kids are sure to love for years to come, so as baby grows, this knit afghan is sure to tag along by their side!  You could even knit this afghan pattern for older kids and adults, too!  There's no age limit on this sweet and colorful knit afghan pattern.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge0 stitches, 0 rows, 0 inches.

Learning how to knit a baby blanket has never been so rewarding. This striped knit blanket pattern is perfect for children of all ages. Whether your little one is only a few weeks old or a few years old, she will love snuggling up with this soft and colorful blanket. Many of the AllFreeKnitting editors had cherished blankets growing up. They provided comfort and a sense of safety during good times and bad times. Imagine how nice it will feel if the baby blanket you work up becomes your child or grandchild's most prized possession. Free knitting patterns for babies hold special meaning you won't find in just any knit pattern. This colorful and cozy delight reminds us of our younger years when the soft touch of our favorite blanket would soothe our fears and discomfort. If you learn how to knit a baby blanket, you will feel so accomplished and the recipient will be getting a blanket full of love. The "Grow With Me Knit Blanket Pattern" is an Editor's Choice pattern for these reasons and many more.

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This reminds me of a weather blanket I made. One color for every 10 degrees of temperature difference. Like red for 90 to 100 orange for 80 to 90

This simple and sweet blanket pattern could be made in whatever color combinations you like, or you could turn it into a baby yarn stash buster for all those odds and ends left over from other baby knitting projects. I like the garter stitch on the border to help keep the stockinette stitch from rolling up on the edges.


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