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Seven Stitch Baby Blanket

By: Lucy from The Things We Do

This adorable knit baby blanket pattern is a great project for expecting mothers. Not only is the Seven Stitch Baby Blanket a an easy TV knitting project, it's also conducive for reflection and mental preparation for the arrival of a little one. This classically designed blanket features seven easy stitch designs interspersed by panels of stockinette stitch. Have fun choosing colors and getting lost in thoughts about the newest addition to your family while you knit the Seven Stitch Baby Blanket.

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Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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Question 2 The instructions also say that each pattern is 5" long. It looks from the sample that each COLOUR is 5" long. Which is correct? btw I really LOVE this pattern and am looking forward to a fun project!

Question the instructions say to separate each pattern with a purl row. If you purl the right side, then the next pattern would begin on the wrong side. Please advise.

Beautiful blanket and truly is a stash buster. I love the idea of composing each stripe of different knitting stitches so the blanket is texturally as well as visually interesting. Just remember when stash busting -- use yarns with similar qualities such as all wool or all acrylic so you don't have areas that shrink while others do not. If you don't know the composition of your yarn, you can determine it by search for "yarn burn test". There are both charts and videos to help you.

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