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Lazy Minute Blanket

The Lazy Minute Blanket is a simple knitted blanket that is just as fun as it is easy to make. This warm, chunky, knit blanket is a great project to use up some bulkier yarn that you may have on hand. Dropped stitches add texture and a rustic look and feel. The Lazy Minute Blanket serves as a great blanket pattern for beginning knitting, and is easy enough to work on while doing other things. Before you know it, you will have a beautiful and cozy blanket you are sure to love. If you are just learning how to knit, this is the perfect knit blanket pattern. You will practice some valuable and fundamental skills while creating a beautiful piece.

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Knitting Needle Size15 or 10 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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I really like the look of this blanket. I would make it in a solid color though. This way the double yarn overs would really show up. Not a hard blanket to make. You just have to be careful with the yarn over stitch. It will become routine after a bit. Thank you for the free pattern.

This pattern should work up quickly since it uses two strands of bulky/chunky yarn and size 15 needles. The designer was making these blankets for a children's charity so that is the size of it, not a huge blanket. It would make a comfy throw for the living room for curling up on the couch or in an armchair.

I just looked at this pattern and there were no ads on the page. I use and ad blocker so perhaps that is why. This is a nice pattern for an older child or an adult. I would hesitate to use it for a baby since there are some large openings where tiny fingers could get tangled. I think this pattern would make an exception lap blanket for an elderly person, perhaps someone in a care center.

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