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No Name Blanket

By: Designs by Hayley

All--purpose knit blanket patterns like the No Name Blanket are fun and easy projects you should always keep handy. The No Name blanket is a great mindless project to work on while watching TV, catching up with a friend, or watching your kids at the park. This simple and versatile free knitting pattern can be easily adapted for all different types of yarn and needle sizes. The No Name Blanket is a great addition to any room in your house, especially because it's so easy to customize.


Knitting Needle Size50 or 25 mm

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

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I was confused when I first looked at this pattern. The pattern calls for size 50 needles but only worsted weight yarn. This blanket is based on the Lion Brand Fast Finish Throw pattern, and that pattern calls for 2 strands of bulky yarn held together, so I'm guessing this blanket would need to be made with 4 strands of worsted weight held together.

Pattern is too poorly written to be useful.

It is not clear above why you would use Size 50 needles with worsted weight yarn. The pattern doesn't explain it either, or why you need 4 colors. So I went to the Lion Brand pattern that this throw is based on and found the answer "With one strand each of A, B and C, and 2 strands of D held together" - in other words, 5 strands held together while you work. Thought I'd let others know to clear up the confusion.


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