Tag Archives: knitted baby blanket pattern

Wow, I’m a little embarrassed…

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Wow, I’m a little embarrassed…

I haven’t written in my blog since JUNE 2016??? Wow, that is embarrassing. Not only is that embarrassing, but where in the world did the last year go? At least winter 2017 is over.

Anyway…

Knitting…I have been doing my best to keep up with my knitting of baby blankets even though my latest hobby seems to be bouncing from doctor appointments to other doctor appointments.  It gets a bit old.  But, I have been knitting; two are chunky weights (yarn weight “Bulky” or #5 weight), and one worsted weight.

As always, the patterns can be found at:

https://www.etsy.com/shop/CapeCodStitchery

This is affectionately called “Dapper Diamonds”; knit with a machine washable friendly wool/acrylic yarn blend, this simple yet bold design is a delight to look at and a breeze to knit because of it’s bulky yarn.

This flashy cabled lattice baby blanket is a deceptively easy repeating cable that creates an heirloom piece that can be cherished for a lifetime.  Knitted loosely with a cozy washing machine friendly acrylic, “Lovely Lattice” is a masterpiece to create for most any skill level of knitter.

Our final baby blanket is a simple knit/purl only baby blanket that is an incredible project for the beginner that is ready to make the next step in knitted.  Knitted with 100% acrylic Red Heart yarn, this pattern is a delight to the eyes! The traveling lines and the flashy pinwheels are impressive to everyone who looks at it, even the experienced knitter would be delighted to create this charming piece.

 

Again, these knitted baby blanket patterns, and many others, can be found at:

https://www.etsy.com/shop/CapeCodStitchery

Please feel free to contact me if there are any questions.  Thanks!!!

Stag Horn Cable Baby Blanket

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Stag Horn Cable Baby Blanket

Hello everyone!  I though I would share my latest baby blanket; it’s knitted in Aran off white, worsted weight, acrylic yarn, and it consists of a beautiful array of stag horn cables.  It looks very difficult (and like a Klingon’s forehead, according to my husband) but trust me, it’s incredibly easy to knit…dramatic results with minimal skill.  If you can do a simple cable, you can make this blanket.  I created a pattern, for this blanket, consisting of line by line instruction, an abbreviated chart that shows the repeats, and a full blanket chart that can be blown up to a readable size at any print shop.

Patterns are available at:

https://www.etsy.com/shop/CapeCodStitchery ~or~ http://www.ravelry.com/stores/cape-cod-stitchery

Thanks for looking!