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  • Sock Yarn Baby Blanket

    This sock yarn baby blanket only weighs 150 gr, it's light, airy but still able to keep those cold summer evenings and nights at bay! And the pattern (if we can even call it a pattern) couldn't be any simpler: you knit, knit, knit and let the yarn speak for itself. I think the most important...
    Posted to Free Member Knitting Patterns by theanarchistknitter on Jul 16, 2014
    Filed under: stripes, color work, socks, easy, easy knit, colourful: colorful, sock yarn, baby afghan, baby blanket, bias, one-piece, yarn over, garter stitch, fast, eyelets, eyelet, beginner, seamless
  • Garter Panels Baby Blanket Free Pattern

    This is a great pattern to work while your mind is elsewhere... a few stitch markers on your needles to remind you to switch stitches and you are all set! Work with any yarn and your choice of needles, this simple but beautiful pattern will please anyone!
    Posted to Free Member Knitting Patterns by Kmickelson on Jul 7, 2014
    Filed under: blanket, throw, afghan, baby afghan, baby blanket
  • Puzzle Blocks Baby Blanket

    A crocheted blanket or afghan pattern made up of mitered squares. Arrange these Granny Squares for different effects! Featured on Episode 1203 - Charity Knitting. Get the entire Series 1200 of Knitting Daily TV with Vickie Howell at InterweaveStore.com ABOUT THE SHOW: Knitting Daily TV with Vickie Howell...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Anne Merrow on Nov 20, 2013
    Filed under: Crochet, Knitting Daily TV, free crochet pattern, charity, blankets and arghans, crochet patterns - afghans and blankets, afghans, blankets, free baby patterns, baby, free baby pattern, baby blanket, crocheted afghan, free crochet patterns, crochet stitches, crochet techniques, charity knitting patterns
  • Yggdrasil Afghan

    An afghan worked from the center out, beginning with a square panel. Borders are worked out from the center, allowing for three sizes in the pattern—baby blanket, afghan, and large counterpane bedspread. Cables, grafting, and charts. Designer Lisa D. Jacobs Finished Size 38 (58, 74)" square...
    Posted to Free Patterns by AmyPalmer on Feb 18, 2010
    Filed under: Interweave Knits, Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, #5 - Bulky, In the Round, experienced, cables, afghans, blankets, charts, Invisible Provisional Cast-on, bedspread, counterpane, kitchener stitch, braided cable, Interweave knits spring 2010, baby blanket, Lisa D. Jacobs