The Ribble Blanket and Matching Hat Knit Pattern PDF

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Bear-Bear says, “Where’s the picnic?”

This zig-zagging rib pattern creates a vertical ripple as you work it. Easy for beginning knitters and suitable for both boys and girls, the directions in this pattern are for a baby or lap-sized blanket and matching hat.

I made the blanket and hat in the pictures from donated yarn, and the finished items have been donated to charity.

Finished size: 30 inches x 30 inches
Gauge: 4.5 stitches per inch
Materials needed:
800 yds. worsted or aran weight yarn
#8 needles (or size to get gauge), 24-inch circulars or longer
Stitch markers if desired

One size fits all up to 19" circumference
Gauge: 6 stitches per inch
Materials needed:
100 yds. light worsted or DK weight yarn
#4 (16 inch) circular needles
#4 dpns (set of five)
1 stitch marker

The PDF will be available for download as soon as your payment clears.

This copyrighted pattern is my design. If you make it to give away or sell, please credit me for the design, and please direct people to YIYOdesigns for legal copies of the pattern. Purchase of this pattern means you agree to: have fun with it, avoid frogging unless it's absolutely necessary, and feel free to email me if you have questions or problems.

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Thanks for the fast download!!
Jan 13, 2014 by Frances Huffman
Great pattern I can't wait to make it. Thanks so much
Jan 6, 2014 by Regina Greco
Still working on it, but I love the pattern and I received it very quickly!
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May 18, 2013 by A fellow maker

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