Knitting Pattern: Field of Daisies Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern

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The field of daisies blanket is the perfect girly touch for your new-born. It’s on the smaller side so it’s ideal for a car seat or a stroller. The beautiful daisy stitch is framed by a garter stitch border. It is destined to become a family favourite.

Size that I have written is 24” wide x 26” long.

Instruction are given with the pattern to increase the size of the blanket, if desired.

I worked this pattern with Loops & Threads Snuggly Wuggly baby yarn, however you can use any worsted weight baby yarn.

****This listing is for the PATTERN ONLY!!!****

Happy Knitting!

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