Easy Baby Blanket

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13 comments on “Easy Baby Blanket

  1. Rochi Castro Kahn on said:

    This is really a beautiful blanket, I will try to knit it and I will let you know how it came. Thank you so much for the tutorial. Looks easy to do it. Let”s see.

  2. RITA BHATIA on said:

    Beautiful Blanket to learn all of the stitches!! I want to use up my POUND OF LOVE YARN BY LION BRAND and I was wondering how many stitches to put on. It says to use Size 8 needles but I am a tight knitter. I never do a Swatch so I was just wondering.

    Thank you.

  3. linda gotsch on said:

    Pattern 6 – garter ridge rib. I cast on 114 stitches and have 2 stitches left when doing this pattern. Please advise. The other patterns have been fine. Thank you.

    • Lucy on said:


      try adding 1 Purl stitch at the beginning and at the end of the odd rows:
      Row 1: P1 *K5, P2, Repeat from * to the end of the row P1

      Please let me know if it helped

  4. The directions say chose 7 colors but the picture of the blanket looks like you have only 5 colors?

    • Lucy on said:

      Hello Beth! This is a mistake, the blanket indeed has only 5 colours. Thanks for noticing, I will fix it in the post.

  5. I also have the question re pattern 7 – seed stitch. Writing says “rows 1 to 4 form pattern”, what are the stitches for rows 3 and 4 please. Thank you so much.

  6. Laurie Nash on said:

    To create the seed stitch you k1, p1 to end of row. When you turn your work you will knit the purl stitches and then purl the knit stitches.

  7. Shelley on said:

    Am I just going crazy, or did you not list how many stitches you cast on to begin with? I would like to know that, to have a guide to get started! Have a baby blanket to make for one of my BFFs :) Thanks!

    • Hello Shelley! I did mention this number, although it was not highlighted in the right way. I cast on 114 stitches

  8. Shelley on said:

    Thanks!!!!! :D

  9. Lois Schumacher on said:

    Where can I get the ghazal yarn?

    • Hello Lois!
      Gazzal Yarn is made in Turkey, I tried to google it, but couldn’t find the retailer in the US. I suggest you using any other baby wool yarn.

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