KNITTING PATTERN - Basketweave Baby Blanket in PDF

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***knitting pattern***

This classic baby blanket is great for a boy or girl. It is knit with a chunky weight yarn. This pattern is quick, easy, fun and a classic style for everyone. Looks great in anything from a bright, funky color to a soft, natural shade. Approx. measurements are 26" x 32". I'm happy to help you with any knitting questions!

Materials:

560 yards of a chunky weight yarn
#10.5 needle circular (24" or longer)

Beginner knitting

***I am happy to help with any knitting questions you may have

***This is a PDF and available to download

**This pattern is copyright of The Knitting Niche (c). PLEASE DO NOT COPY, SHARE, OR RESELL THIS PATTERN OR THE FINISHED PRODUCT OF THIS PATTERN.



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This pattern is a bear!!!!!! I have needed to start over too many times to count! The main issue with the pattern is ambiguous instructions. Went to a top notch knitting establishment, and they were in agreement with my confusion. The owner also found 2 errors in pattern instructions! Boo!
Feb 13, 2018 by karenemetcalf
Excited to start working on this!
Jan 23, 2018 by Steph
Perfect pattern for someone that hasn't knitted in 20 years. Making a blanket for expected granddaughter.
Jul 19, 2017 by jrballo
Beautiful blanket! Super easy to follow pattern. Thanks so much! 😊
Jun 28, 2017 by reneerancourt1
Easy to follow knitting pattern. Thank you
Jun 27, 2015 by Maiko Kano

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