Bella Knit Baby Blanket Pattern


Bella Knit Baby Blanket Pattern

Bella Knit Baby Blanket Pattern
Bella Knit Baby Blanket Pattern

The Bella Knit Baby Blanket Pattern is just as beautiful as its name implies. A gorgeous stockinette pattern is interrupted by stripes of openwork that almost look like mini cables, without the need for a cable needle. This pattern could be made in a solid color, but it is stunning in a self-striping variegated yarn. Plus, this design uses a lot of repeating, so it will be easy to get on a roll. This will be a very cozy blanket pattern for both Mom and baby to enjoy.

Be sure to make the adorable Bella Baby Jacket to match! What a cute set that would be.


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

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

Finished Size17" x 19"

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In response to Hippie Chick, when I can't figure out an abbreviation I google it. I really can't think of a time that I haven't been able to figure out what the abbreviation means. I can't wait to try this. I love the way the "cable" looks more like a twist.

I followed the link to the blog to get this pattern. I noticed at the end of the page was a comment section. Two people had posted questions asking for help with some of the terms used in the pattern and they were unanswered. I dont like the lack of feedback.

I knit preemie baby items for charity (Heavenly Angels In Need) to donate to hospitals and this blanket at 18" x 19" is just the right size. I have some light weight yarn odds and ends so I could make this blanket striped using them up. I pinned this to make!


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