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Linda Haworth said:
I just finished knitting one called the stockinette Triangle and you can add as many stitches as you want and I did mine adding 110 sets. Another easy one is called Lee Lee baby blanket.

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Stockinette Triangle stitch pattern: https://www.easytoknit.com/2018/09/knit-purl-52-stockinette-triangle.html?m=1
And that site has many simple stitch patterns. These are the knit/purl ones: https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/knit-purl?m=1

Leelee Knits is a blog with LOTS of patterns, many free, but none named Lee Lee.
These are the free knit ones:
https://www.leeleeknits.com/category/free-patterns/knit-patterns/baby-blankets-knit-patterns/
 

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I’ve made quite a few baby blankets. Here are my favorites. Tumbling blocks by Jenny Snedeker ( Ravelry), two from Aurorasknits (also found on Ravelry): Ross’s blanket and Willem’s blanket. Tumbling blocks blanket was knit in worsted weight, both the Auroraknits in DK. Hope you find a pettern you like.
 

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When I want a quick easy blanket I make the C-C knit blanket, I first divide my yarn I want to use in to 2 equal parts then cast on 4 stitches and increase every row until either 1/2 the size I want or I've used 1/2 my yarn then start the decrease every row back until 4 stitches remain
 
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