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Lace Baby Blanket Wrap

By: Tammy Flores from
Lace Baby Blanket Wrap
Lace Baby Blanket Wrap
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"This incredibly easy knitting pattern makes a beautiful lace baby blanket or wrap. It's made with a dreamy mohair and silk blend yarn and only requires one skein! The stitch pattern is easy to work and makes a perfect project for beginning knitters. This little blanket will WOW any new mom, and can be a gorgeous photo prop too. The size is easily adjustable by changing the number of cast on stitches. Knit one up for a lucky new baby!"


Knitting Needle Size13 or 9 mm

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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Never wrap baby in a lace shawl It is very dangerous.We were told that in 1961! One of my babies screamed and I could not find what was wrong. I undressed him and still no reason for screams. Las of all I removed the mittens, to find that a loose thread had wound around baby's finger and it was red and swollen. I had to be very careful to remove it gradually so as not to cause further pain. He was just 3 weeks old. Loose ends should be brought to the outside and sewn in, not sewn in on the inside, as washing etc can cause them to undo. Same with lace shawls.

Nope. Nix. Nein. Hunh-uh. The lace openings are way too big for an infant blanket. Look how the little toesies are already tangled up in the staged photo. I don't normally worry about little fingers toes getting snagged in lace patterns, but this is way too fish-netty. There are way better patterns out there that look lacy and baby-appropriate without presenting this danger of tangling and twisting around little fingers shutting off blood supply.

This is an absolutely amazing baby blanket! Any new mom would love to have this sweet blanket to wrap her baby in for newborn pictures. And it's an incredibly easy pattern to do. I love the airiness of the lace too. How did you attach the little flower onto the blanket?


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