Ship Ahoy! - A baby blanket in two sizes


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A special baby blanket knitted in DK weight yarn.

The easy to work pattern looks like little sail boats and would be just as pretty in a coloured yarn as it does in white.

Suitable for beginners as well as more experienced knitters, the pattern is easy to memorise once set up, so is ideal for a take along project.
To work this pattern you will need to be able to knit and purl, decrease and work yarn overs. There is a central decrease in the pattern and this is explained fully in the abbreviations.

The pattern is written for two sizes of blanket, 71 x 81 cm / 28 x 32 inches and a larger 86 x 96.5 cm / 34 x 38 inches.

Any suitable DK weight yarn is suitable.
You will need : 800 m / 875 yards [1155 m / 1263 yds ] DK weight yarn.

22 sts x 28 rows to 10 cm / 4 inches in stocking stitch.

The pattern has both written and charted instructions so you can work from whichever you prefer. A list of abbreviations and explanation of any special or unusual stitches in given in the pattern.

3.75 mm [US5] needle OR a size needle to get the required tension. A long circular needle is recommended to accommodate the number of stitches.

    Average review
    Thank you for this pattern. I made the blanket and it’s just so cute.
    Feb 16, 2018 by stephwest1962
    Jun 15, 2016 by jennyolsen5
    Jun 10, 2016 by Stephanie Tarr
    Thank you so much can not wait to make it.
    Apr 8, 2016 by Laudie

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