showing 3 of the 6 knit blanket patterns

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From thick and chunky knit blankets to sweet and delicate baby blankets, you should find something to keep your knitting needles busy with these 6 Knit Blanket Patterns.

When I realized that one could only have or gift so many sweaters, I switched my focus and started working on more ‘household’ type items like blankets and washcloths. Since then, I’ve worked up chunky throws to sweet & delicate baby blankets.

And if you’d like to change the size of any of these blankets, check out this post on how to resize knit blankets.

Check out these patterns to give your needles a workout!

Blanket Patterns

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Showing 3 of the 6 Knit Blanket Patterns

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1 Comment

  1. Ansie Prinsloo

    July 28, 2020 at 2:39 am

    Thank you for your blanket patterns. I am busy with a basket weave one!

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