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Easy Lacy Baby Blanket



I have had so many PM's requesting the blanket that I'm posting the instructions here.



Cast on total stitches used for border, then multiples of 3
(I used 127 for baby coverlet in Bernat Baby) 5 on each side for border 117 for body but it made too small of a blanket.

Knit 5 rows

Row 1. Knit border stitches, *k1, y/o, ktog* to last border stitches.
Row 2. Repeat row 1
Row 3. Knit across
Row 4. Knit border stitches, purl across to remaining border stitches and knit them.

Repeat pattern till desired length is reached. Knit 5 rows then bind off.
 

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CdnKnittingNan said:
Easy Lacy Baby Blanket

I have had so many PM's requesting the blanket that I'm posting the instructions here.

Cast on total stitches used for border, then multiples of 3
(I used 127 for baby coverlet in Bernat Baby) 5 on each side for border 117 for body but it made too small of a blanket.

Knit 5 rows

Row 1. Knit border stitches, *k1, y/o, ktog* to last border stitches.
Row 2. Repeat row 1
Row 3. Knit across
Row 4. Knit border stitches, purl across to remaining border stitches and knit them.

Repeat pattern till desired length is reached. Knit 5 rows then bind off.
It's a darling blanket, and I'm sure you meant K2tog, right?
 

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Thank you for posting here - this is a beautiful pattern - I am certain many will appreciate it ...
 

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CdnKnittingNan said:
Easy Lacy Baby Blanket

I have had so many PM's requesting the blanket that I'm posting the instructions here.

Cast on total stitches used for border, then multiples of 3
(I used 127 for baby coverlet in Bernat Baby) 5 on each side for border 117 for body but it made too small of a blanket.

Knit 5 rows

Row 1. Knit border stitches, *k1, y/o, ktog* to last border stitches.
Row 2. Repeat row 1
Row 3. Knit across
Row 4. Knit border stitches, purl across to remaining border stitches and knit them.

Repeat pattern till desired length is reached. Knit 5 rows then bind off.
is the first row k1, y/o k2tog?
 
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