Drops of Love Baby Blanket


Drops of Love Baby Blanket


Drops of Love Baby Blanket
Drops of Love Baby Blanket

The Drops of Love Baby Blanket is a feminine knit baby blanket with a lovely textured design. The end result is the perfect gift for any little angel in your life. Mixing the pearl drop stitch with garter stitch creates a gorgeous knitted baby blanket pattern you're sure to love. Plus, the bulky yarn ensures a fast knit. The designer went through almost a skein a day and finished the blanket in less than a week. This pattern does not include a complicated set of stitches, so you won't be struggling to remember what to do next. Cast on this lovely baby knitting pattern and you'll be so pleased with your finished piece.


Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Gauge3.75 stitches, 3.5 rows = 1 inch in stockinette

Finished SizeFinished blanket measures 27″ wide x 33″ long

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Technically this is not a knitting question, but can anyone from all free tell me why do I constantly have to accept the permission each and every time I try to look at a pattern. It is so aggravating that I can't be bothered to look at the patterns anymore. It completely makes the screen dark. Then if I try to move forward it won't allow. I'm probably not alone with this annoyance. Could someone please fix it. Because I did enjoy looking at the patterns. But this way takes way too much time. Thank you.

This is a highly textured blanket which gives way to its lovely design. It is a very simple knit baby blanket that would be perfect for a baby girl, but I am sure it would work equally well for a baby boy in our non-gender society. It is made with a bulky yarn, it built up so fast!

People are always looking for homemade baby blankets and this one pattern is beautiful and simple to do. With the right yarn it can be warm and light at the same time. It is good to read the instructions in full though especially the part that is is made in five identical panels. That will bring in the garter stitch edging in. And YRN is basically yarn over. It is just a different way of putting it. Thank you for the pattern.


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