Knitting Blanket Patterns are a staple of knitters and crafters of all levels. There’s something about their soft texture and drape that just speaks to us. Blankets are a huge commitment even for veteran knitters. I’ve been knitting for nine years, myself, and have only ever finished a few baby blankets because their size is a lot more palatable.
Have you ever wanted to knit yourself a HUGE cozy, comfy blanket that you can just hide in for days when the weather outside is bitter cold? If so, you have come to the right place.
<<< Side Street Blanket >>>
Side Street Blanket is like a beautiful bird’s-eye view of a city neighborhood, where breaks in the colored stripes read as side streets. The delightful spaces where a city hides its best kept secrets, it’s when you take the time to wander off the map a bit that you find the real hidden gems.
<<< Colorful Corner Blanket In Tulip Cotton >>>
This Corner Blanket In Tulip Cotton lets you knit until your heart’s content, pausing only for simple increases or decreases at the edge. In the end you have a beautiful, satisfyingly squishy fabric that will ward off the effects of any cold, drafty corners.
All this simple charm is the perfect package for our beautiful new Tulip Cotton, which is a 100% organically grown, worsted-weight cotton yarn. It has a petal-soft feel, refined texture, and wonderful matte finish that gives a sturdy depth to all thirty of its colors.
<<< Double Seed Stitch Blanket >>>
Like a flash of light, our Nine-Note Double Seed Stitch Blanket starts with a pale burst at the center and flows into rich shadow by the outer edge. In a dauntless display of subtle value shifts, yarn reminds us, once again, just how much we love it!
The yarn here is our Nine-Note Bundle, a gently gradating series of nine skeins of 80% extra fine merino and 20% baby alpaca. Incredibly soft and wonderfully squishy, it knits up one heck of a cuddly blanket.
Part of the fun is that you start this blanket at the center, then work it in the round, increasing at the corners until you bind off around the perimeter. You finish by whip stitching the cast-on edge closed and wowza, a window onto a sunlit world!
If like me you’re always looking for patterns, Well I am here to take the frustration out of searching for your next pattern. The crochet community has grown last few years and many designers are setting up their own websites and hosting their own patterns. I like to find and show you these independent designers and bring their fabulous projects to you. Please always visit and thank the individual designers for their generosity.