Beginner Blue Baby Blanket
In just a few lazy Sundays, you can knit this easy baby blanket!
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"This is a simple, beginner's level baby blanket. It falls in the category of tv knitting, you know, that project you can do while watching tv and not get too lost with what you are knitting. This blanket was designed as a newborn receiving blanket, but could easily be adjusted to other sizes. It takes about 700 yards of worsted cotton, but could be done in a machine washable wool or acrylic. While easy, this is what I call a month of Sundays to make. So give yourself a little time to complete it."
NotesThis pattern comes with basic instructions for adjusting the size to a stroller blanket or basic crib blanket as well as an afghan.
Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Easy Baby Blanket Knitting Stitch
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