Friday, 5 May 2017

Jema ~ Lacy Garter Stitch Baby Blanket

This is a very pretty stitch for a baby blanket.


Jema ~ Lacy Garter Stitch Baby Blanket


Jema ~ Lacy Garter Stitch Baby Blanket

Requirements:
 
DK yarn

4.5mm needles


Tension:
 
19sts = 4”

Sizes:
 
Baby ~ 28” wide ~ cast on 134sts

Premature Baby ~ 14¼” wide ~ cast on 68sts

Angel Baby Burial Blanket ~ 8½” ~ cast on 41sts

 

Instructions:

Cast on 134sts

(or the number stitches required for different sizes as suggested above – or in multiples of 3)

Border ~

Rows 1 – 6:        S1, knit to end

Now work in pattern ~

Row 1:                S1, k3, * k1, yo, k2 tog, repeat from * to last 4sts, k4

Row 2:                Same as Row 1

Rows 3 - 6:          S1, knit to end

The last 6 rows form the pattern

Repeat these 6 rows until the blanket is the size required- finish after completing a 6th Row
 
(I like to make blankets a little longer than the width - but this is just my personal choice)

Complete with a border ~

Knit 3 more rows

Cast off

Darn away ends 
 
 
 
 
 I am happy for you to use my patterns for your own use or for charity donations.
In addition:  You can gift or sell any finished items you make from my patterns.  
However, please do not copy my patterns
 
Copyright © 2017 ‘made by marianna’  All Rights Reserved
This pattern (the information and photos) may not be copied or reproduced
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7 comments :

  1. Another beautiful pattern from a beautiful lady with a heart of gold xxx

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    1. Thank you Angela :) I am glad you like my pattern x

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  2. I always enjoy your posts and patterns. Thank you for sharing them. I'm thinking this would also make a lovely scarf - might keep this pretty pattern in mind when I've finished my WIPs. Have a great weekend. xox

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  3. lovely...a great addition to your pattern library :)

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  4. It's a beautiful stitch, thank you for sharing yet another beautiful Pattern. :) xx

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  5. That is such an easy pattern. But it looks really special. One for my "save" list, definitely.

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  6. Hi I LOVE your patterns I have done several for an angel baby charity here in Aus I was wondering when you say dk what brand do you prefer I have several UK brands in my stash xxxxxxx

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