Knitting Baby Blankets

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Alex's Blanket

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Ravelry: Cathedral pattern by Marjorie Dussaud - like the stitch pattern

Cathedral

Cathedral is a striking lace shawl worked from the top down. It features an unusual lace pattern with strong geometrical lines and clean construction. The effect is both modern and classical, and can be adapted to any yarn weight you desire.

Free Pattern: Feather Lace Cowl by Ewelina Murach

Feather Lace Cowl pattern by Ewelina Murach

Feather Lace Cowl is pretty, light and easier to make than it looks - you only work the lace pattern on every 4th round, the remaining rounds are plain stockinette.

The name for the Third Street Blanket is inspired by a map of one of the oldest…

Third Street Blanket

The name for the Third Street Blanket is inspired by a map of one of the oldest neighborhoods in Kansas City…my hometown.

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Vlad's Owlets pattern by Siobhain Rivera

This is a baby blanket originally done in a worsted/aran weight yarn. The pattern is modular, and can be modified to fit varying amounts of yarns/gauges. The original used about 400 grams of an aran/worsted weight 100% wool.

baby blanket.  So easy but it looks beautiful and is soft and squishy.    CO 144. Row 1: K1, YO, K3, K2tog, K2tog, K3, YO, K1, repeat. Row 2: Purl. Row 3: Knit.

MichelleHarris' Wavy baby blanket

baby blanket. So easy but it looks beautiful and is soft and squishy. CO 144. Row 1: K1, YO, K3, K2tog, K2tog, K3, YO, K1, repeat. Row 2: Purl. Row 3: Knit.

Whit's Knits: Chevron Baby Blanket by the purl bee, via Flickr

Chevron Baby Blanket

This knitted Chevron Baby Blanket makes some accommodations both for modernity and for babies. Instead of hard-to-cuddle acrylic, this 100% cotton blanket is as deep and soft and cozy as a cloud.

Diamond Mesh Slipped stitch  |  Knitting Stitch Patterns

Diamond Mesh

Techniques used in this pattern : Knit: K | Purl: P | Left twist: LT | Right twist: RT. Slip stitch: Sl | With yarn in back: Wyib | Wyif: With yarn…