Lattice and Basketweave Throw. As featured in July 2006 'Better Homes and Gardens' magazine Source: Better Homes and Gardens magazine, July 2006.
Cozy striped blanket. I love the cooler temperatures, the chance to pull out sweatshirts, fall foods (butternut squash, pumpkin pesto), football (how ’bout those Denver Broncos?)
And rediscovering sweaters, boots and coats. Does anyone else out there feel like they regain 75% of their wardrobe when the weather cools down? Maybe it’s just me since I live in Colorado, but I always get tired of my summer wardrobe. As summer was winding down, I started thinking about my next knitting project. Instead of baby clothes and blankets, I decided to make something cozy and warm for my apartment. This blanket is easy to knit mindlessly. SkillVery easyMaterialsI used the materials listed below, but the beauty of a blanket like this is that you can use any type of yarn. Stone Washed Blanket.
Distribution Partners Website operators that license our ad serving technology pass information to us so that we may serve advertisements to you. Website Registration Forms We collect information about you when you register on one of our websites. Zigzag Knitted Throw Pattern. If you like repetition and have a lot of patience, this zigzag knitted throw pattern is perfect for you.
The result is an heirloom to be treasured and used for years to come. This zigzag knitted throw pattern is not a quick project so be warned. It is simple and repetitive, but you do need to pay attention. Dropping stitches can be difficult to repair… In my case I had one big booboo area, which resulted in a creative crocheted patch in the shape of my crocheted coaster to cover it… and then I got creative and added a few more motifs. That’s what I get for drinking wine when I knit You don’t have to do this of course. Finished size: Approx 42″ wide x 60″ Materials Size US 11 circular needlesLots of yarn – 2 strands of worsted weight yarn used throughout You’ll need lots of yarn because this is a double stranded throw, so I would say at least 14 skeins altogether. The Zigzag Patternworked over a multiple of 16 stitches + 1 extra. Instructions CO 129 stitches K 3 rows. Knit 3 rows. Wave Blanket Free Knitting Pattern.
When both of my sisters-in-law announced they were pregnant within months of each other, my Mom and I knew there’d be lots of knitting to do!
Mom brought each of them to the store to pick colors for our Wave Blanket. After finishing both blankets, Mom realized she liked the blanket so much that she wanted to do it again. So here’s number 3 – Wave Blanket in bright colors of Blue Sky Worsted Cotton I love the bright rainbow colors! Mom says it’s the combination of the easy-to-memorize feather and fan pattern and the softness of Blue Sky Alpaca’s Worsted Cotton yarn that makes this blanket so much fun to knit.
Yarnovers and decreases give the Wave Blanket it's curves Here’s the pattern if you’d like to knit one yourself! SIZE approximately 33” by 39” MATERIALS 6 hanks of Blue Sky Alpaca’s Worsted Cotton40 inch US 9 circular needle GAUGE 16 sts = 4 inches in stockinette stitch, but gauge is not critical for this project BLANKET PATTERN CO 144 stitches. Bind off loosely and weave in ends. Enjoy!