Sunday, 4 February 2018

Melika Baby Blanket

Another lovely to knit baby blanket ...........



Melika Baby Blanket
Melika Baby Blanket
 
 
Melika means beauty in Turkish.
 
 
Melika Baby Blanket 
Size:
Width:             ~          18 “
Length:            ~          20”

Tension:
21sts = 4” (10cm)
Requirements:
Around 95g of DK yarn
4mm needles  
Pattern:
Cast on 93sts
1st Row:          S1, knit to end
Repeat the 1st Row 7 times more
 
9th Row:           S1, knit to end
 
10th Row:         S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5
11th Row:         S1, k4, *yon, s1, k2tog, psso, yon, k1, rep from * to last 4sts, k4
12th Row:         S1, k4, purl to last 5sts, k5
 
Repeat the last 4 rows until the blanket is the length required (around 18”), ending after completing a 12th row
Next Row:       S1, knit to end
Repeat the last row 8 times more
Cast off
Darn away ends

If you would like to make this baby blanket smaller or bigger ~
then reduce or add in multiples of four stitches

........ for a Newborn Baby Blanket of around 25“
cast on 133sts
 
........ for a Baby Blanket of around 30 “
cast on 161sts
 
You will find my matching Melika baby hat at ~
https://mariannaslazydaisydays.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/melika-baby-hat.html
 
 
And my matching Melika baby vest top at ~
 
I am working on a matching baby cardigan jacket ~
and I will be adding that soon :)
 
 
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 © 2018 ‘made by marianna’  All Rights Reserved
This pattern (the information and photos) may not be copied or reproduced
or republished on another webpage or website.
 


4 comments:

  1. Another lovely blanket and the colour is gorgeous.

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  2. I'm confused with the middle pattern stitched row. Do you have a video? macarman6@gmail.com

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  3. I'm not familiar either the term yon. What is expected there, yarn over needle?

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    1. https://mariannaslazydaisydays.blogspot.com/p/blog-page.html
      Here is her Abbreviations page. :) I didn't understand the term either. It appears that she has different terms for which way she does her yarn over, for different effects, I'm guessing.

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