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Mossy Meadow Baby Blanket

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Updated January 20, 2017
Mossy Meadow Baby Blanket
Mossy Meadow Baby Blanket
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"We are expecting a little baby boy some time soon. I decided that I have some cotton yarn that I could usefully use up before we move out from our current place, and before the baby is born. At the time the little one's Nanny and Great Nanny (from my husband's side of our family) started to crochet and knit jumpers, and so I decided that I would make a thicker blanket. Right now he has more jumpers than my husband and I together, not to mention six blankets..."

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Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm

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

Materials List

  • Bernat Handicrafter Cotton Ombre yarn

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This is a classic knitting pattern. I have used it much smaller to make preemie baby blankets for charity. This version is nice because it is larger and is knitted with two strands held together, so it ends up being thicker. I like working with cotton yarn and the self-striping or variegated yarn comes in such lovely color patterns. I have a white yarn with color flecks in it that I think I'll try for this pattern.

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