Warm Hug - Knitted DROPS blanket with squares in different structured patterns in ”Nepal”. - Free pattern by DROPS Design. PATTERN: See diagram M.1 to M.4.
Diagram shows the pattern from RS. GARTER ST (back and forth on needle): K all rows. -------------------------------------------------------- BLANKET: Each square worked back and forth on needle. Creative Knitting with Barb. Guy's Guernsey Afghan Design by Lois S.
Young The stitch pattern on this afghan was inspired by patterns on English Guernsey sweaters worn by fishermen. Skill Level Easy*** Finished Size Approx 48 x 64 inches Materials Plymouth Fantasy Naturale worsted weight 100 percent cotton yarn (140 yds/100g per ball): 15 balls taupe #7360 Size 9 (5.5mm) 29-inch circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge Cable needle Tapestry needle Gauge 16 sts and 24 rows = 4 inches/10cm in St st To save time, take time to check gauge. Pattern Notes Sl first st of each row knitwise. Special Abbreviation M1 (Make 1): Inc by making a backward loop over right needle. Pattern Stitch (multiple of 24 sts + 22) Rows 1, 3, 7 and 9 (RS): Sl 1, k6, *p1, k6, p1, k16, rep from *, end last rep k7 instead of k16. Afghan Loosely cast on 182 sts. Border Rows 1–6: Sl 1, knit across.
Easy Breezy Afghan - JoAnn. Beautyberry Blanket. On the cusp of our first frost, it couldn’t be a better time to introduce our newest yarn, big and cozy Gentle Giant, and with it, this cuddly Beautyberry Blanket!
We named our Beautyberry Blanket for the native bush whose bright purple berries linger through winter. In Gentle Giant’s heathered Purple Lupine and glowing Heirloom White, this blanket evokes a soft cover of berry-studded snow, one of nature’s amazing surprises. A simple stitch pattern and our bulky-weight Gentle Giant make this blanket a quick and fun knit. Whip it up and be ready for frosty weather! -Laura Materials Gauge 4.75 stitches = 4 inches in stitch pattern Sizes Baby (Crib, Throw) Finished dimensions: 24 x 36 (30 x 45, 40 x 60) inches The sample shown here is a Baby size.
Notes. Mosaic Blanket. What a joy it is to discover those moments in knitting when something seemingly intricate turns out to be very easy!
Those are the moments that knitting legend Barbara Walker strove to find as she first learned how to knit. Finding color work’s bobbins and multiple strands of yarn cumbersome, she developed a slip-stitch technique she called “Mosaic Knitting,” a clever way to create elaborate, colorful patterns using only basic stitches (knit, slip and occasionally purl). Soon, she was staying up late into the night inventing hundreds of original mosaic motifs, guided solely by her imagination. With a motif from Walker’s Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns, we created our Mosaic Blanket, made in Purl Soho’s incredibly soft Alpaca Pure in vibrant, almost glowing Super Pink, and anchored by the sturdy smoothness of Worsted Twist in creamy Heirloom White.
Materials Here are four palette ideas, including the one knit up here! • Color A: Heirloom White • Color B: Super Pink. WEB-Patons-Canadiana-IrishLaceAfghan-ENG.pdf. P00506. P00090. P00153. WEB-Bernat-Blanket-K-HorseshoeCableBlanket-En.pdf. Простой узор спицами. Waffle Blanket pattern by Alexis Layton. Reyna pattern by Noora Laivola. This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download Can’t figure out what to knit with that single skein of sock yarn in a variegated colorway that you’ve had in your stash for months?
Here’s the answer! This pattern was specifically designed to work with the variegation of colors, instead of getting obscured underneath the color changes. One skein of fingering weight yarn is enough to complete a shawl, and the pattern is easy to modify to compensate for slight variations in yardage. I’ve not added a gauge, as I feel there is no one catch-all gauge for this pattern. Measurements of sample on photos (blocked): 148 cm / 58 inches along top edge (longest edge), 55 cm / 21½ inches from middle of top edge to center tip. Pattern has been updated on 25.06.2015. LacyChunkyThrow. Patons_Astra500927_02_kn_blanketpillow.en_US.pdf. Ten Stitch Blanket pattern by Frankie Brown. This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download An Elizabeth Zimmermann inspired blanket worked in any yarn using only 10 stitches.
You start in the centre and work in a sort of square spiral, joining as you go. No sewing up needed! All my ravelry patterns are free to download but, if you enjoy them, you might like to consider making a donation to the Children’s Liver Disease Foundation, a charity which funds research and supports the families of children with a liver disease. You can do this easily by going to my fundraising page www.justgiving.com/frankiesknittedstuff Happy Knitting! This pattern has been translated into various languages, all available as free downloads. P00400. Bernat_SatinSport003_kn_blanket.en_US.pdf.