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Most of my life I have been ambivalent about babies. I was quite surprised that turning 30 and meeting a handsome man who wants kids has changed my outlook... Now I’m having vivid daydreams about a future that includes little ones, and my fantasies have begun to materialize in knitting!

The pattern can be knit in any weight of yarn, and you may make more or less squares for a smaller or larger finished blanket. Squares measure approximately 7.5 (9, 10.5) inches square for sock (DK, aran) weight yarns. The baby-blanket sized sample is made in sock weight yarn and is 30 x 37.5 inches (20 squares).

Amounts given below are for 1 square: 

sock or 4-ply: 70 yds / square 

DK weight: 100 yds / square 

worsted / aran: 130 yds / square 

(baby blanket shown in Jamieson & Smith Jumper Weight, 20 squares, weighs 225 g, in colours: 23, 91, 121, 125, 93, 1403, 9113, 1280, 75, FC34, 132, FC41, 142). Substitute yarn suggestions below. 

Pattern includes both line-by-line text instructions and a lace chart.

Language
English
Brand
Independent Designer
Designer
Tin Can Knits
Craft
Knitting
Yarn Weight
Fingering, Sport, DK | Light Worsted, Aran, Worsted
Format
Downloadable PDF
Skill Level
Intermediate
Featured Yarn
Pages
2
Notes
sock or 4-ply: US # 5 / 3.75 mm, DK weight: US # 7 / 4.5 mm, worsted / aran: US # 9 / 5.5 mm

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based on 3 reviews over the last year

Вяжу сейчас этот проект, получаю удовольствие

Tatiana Kosareva

 
The merino wool I used went along way ,it was a good weight and held the pattern well It did not split like some wools.It was true to the needle size.

Janet Alston

 
 

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