Half Log Cabin Ombre Blanket


Half Log Cabin Ombre Blanket

Half Log Cabin Ombre Blanket

Your living room will have a simultaneously chic and rustic charm with this Half Log Cabin Ombre Blanket. Created using several colors, this beautiful afghan pattern looks challenging, but is actually one of the easiest knitting patterns for beginners. Done completely in garter stitch, this is a pattern even the most novice of knitters can complete and will love showing off. If you have ever wanted to learn how to knit a blanket, do it now with one of the most beautiful easy knitting patterns you'll work on this winter.


Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

Gauge18 stitches, 18 rows, 4 inches. garter stitch

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When my Mom was still living, she would make quilts using log cabin squares. She saved material from our old clothes and would carefully cut out the designs she needed. These quilts are now extra special to us. This is a very cute alternate idea with yarn to compliment my hand sewn quilts.

This is a gorgeous blanket, and the pattern is easy to follow. At first glance I thought it was felted. I wonder how difficult it would be to felt a blanket. I love how this is all knitted together without seams. Thank you for sharing this great pattern with us.

I always like finding patterns that stand out from the rest, and this Half Log Cabin Ombre blanket sure does! It's pretty simple to make and even easier than the traditional log cabin pattern. I love it in the browns but could also see it in either green ombre or blue ombre.

This is a really nice color block geometric pattern. I could have fun designing other colorways for it that matched my decor. It's also a nice Father's Day gift in the colorway shown.

The only blankets I have ever knit until this are ones I have knit for my dogs - stitched them to backings and padded the interior for comfortable beds - but now I have to knit this one and not for the dogs! Another project that shows how the garter stitch is so much more than the basic stitch for beginners - cannot wait to knit this one


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