Simple Lines Baby Blankets

Simple Lines Baby Blankets
Simple Lines Baby Blankets

With just a few simple details, you can create these stunning and sophisticated looking DIY baby blankets. Available in five different sizes, the Simple Lines Baby Blankets come in two disparate varieties. Beginner knitting patterns have never been nicer. Choose from a checked pattern similar to the waffle texture of an ice cream cone, or try making a simplified version featuring long, vertical stripes. You can't go wrong with either or these free knitting patterns for babies. Each one possesses an understated beauty that reminds us how lovely simple things can be!

Check out more free knitting patterns from Heather Tucker on her designer profile!


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

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

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These blankets are simply lovely, there is enough nice texture to keep the knitting interesting and the designer has supplied information on knitting these blankets in various sizes, including the amount of yarn (in yards) needed to complete the blanket in the size you want. I have added this to my stash of patterns and will certainly put them in my go to baby blankets.

Hi. What does the "*" mean in the pattern? Thanks.

That symbol in a pattern will be the stop and start of a section that is repeated.

Is these two patterns easy

i am currently making the Vertical Lines version of this pattern. I am using Worsted Weight yarn, so used the Medium size directions and #8 needles. It is coming out very nice. This pattern is easy to do and has a nice hand. Love IT!!!

loucam33 5317402 Can some one tell me how I can get patterns. I have registered, have password but can not print a pattern.

when you click the link "Click here for knitting pattern" you can sometimes print from that screen. Sometimes there is a way to save it in .PDF format to your computer. You can at the very least save the pattern from THIS screen into My Knitting Patterns once you log in. I use an iPad and it works a little differently, but I also select the text of the pattern and copy and paste it to an App like Word and then print it. Hope this helps.

Looks really nice, and easy to knit.

Check the exact meaning of the word 'disparate'????


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