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Comments About "Lattice Baby Blanket"

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Poster: Kim McHenry
February 16, 2018

I am new at reading patterns. Row 2, 4, 6 & 8 I s1, p1, k1 twice then p1 then *k2, p1, k1 twice then p1 until end of row and then purl 1?
Poster: Elaine Phillips
May 22, 2014

k, k, p, k, p, k
Poster: Francisca
May 22, 2014

Thank you very much ;)
Poster: Jane
December 10, 2013

I believe it is a multiple of 7. (7 for the beginning and end stitches, and multiples of 7 for the repeats in the middle.)
Poster: Maxine
December 28, 2013

When u slip the first if to purl or knit?
Poster: Elaine Phillips
January 4, 2014

Slip as if to knit.
Poster: Val shore
September 10, 2017

Hi could I just ask is this knitted in double knitting wool? Thanks x
Poster: Colleen Britz
July 3, 2016

I would like to know how to make it larger. I love the pattern but would love to make larger. Haven't figured out what multiple of is plus sts for pattern to be made bigger. Can someone help me?
Poster: Nicki
June 15, 2016

I love this pattern, I make blankets for my local animal shelter, and I can't wait to try this one out. Thank you.
Poster: Shelby
August 9, 2015

If I wanted to add a border, would it simply work if I were to just add 10 stitches? The 10 stitches would be 5 stitches in the beginning and 5 stitches in the end in a simple stockinette stitch, with about 5 full rows of stockinette at the beginning and the end of the blanket.
Poster: Margaret LoGiudice
June 30, 2015

How many stitches do I caste on if I use size 8 needled instead of 10.5?
Poster: Laura
May 11, 2016

If you were to use size 8 needles, it would be about 34" in width, which is the size I would use for a baby blanket. It would depend on your gauge on how many stitches you would add to make it the same size as the pattern.
Poster: brenda g
January 10, 2015

to add to my other comment. switch the rows only if you add an odd number of seven stitch groups. meaning 7, 21, 35 and so on. a number that is divisible by 14.
Poster: brenda g
January 10, 2015

the repeat is 14. It is possible to do 7 but then you must switch the ends rows 9 and 19 and the beginnings of rows 10 and 20
Poster: Francisca
May 4, 2014

I started knitting not too long and ran across this blanket. I would love to make it, but got stuck on the following pattern-- *k2 (p1, k1) twice,--
Could you plese break this down. I started and it looked like--k,k,p,k,k,k,p,k
Would really appreciate it.

Poster: Cindy T
July 12, 2015

It goes: k k p k p k
Poster: Darci
December 3, 2013

As far as I can tell, and I'm no expert, this is made in multiples of 7.
Poster: Kim
August 2, 2013

I absolutely LOVE THIS BLANKET!! Please can someone tell me what the Stitch count is. I would love to make this larger - afghan size. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Poster: Kusum
May 26, 2013

I really liked the pattern and thought it was suitable for a baby, seeing that it is not lacy and full of holes where little fingers get caught. I would make it in a softer baby color and finer wool. Thanks for sharing.
Kusum Budhwar
Poster: Lorene Frischknecht
May 25, 2013

I really like this baby blanket. It's different and not baby-ish at all. Would be able to be used as throw on top of a bed after the baby grows up.
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