Baby Blanket Lullaby
Baby Blanket ~ Lullaby is worked using a beloved knitting technique; Slip Stitch. Not only can the Slip Stitch create lovely stitch patterns, but it’s also super easy to work. Just a hint here…You are working with only one color per row. Are you a novice knitter and really, really want to work something up using more than one color, but fear that next step? The slip stitch just may be your ticket out of the “One Color Club”. After all, you got this one color thing down pretty darn good, why rock the boat? Right?
Name That ‘Slip Stitch’ Pattern
The story of Baby Blanket ~ Lullaby came about by way of another “Name That Pattern” on Facebook. From time to time I need a little help thinking of a name for a pattern. So…I go to the professionals; my Facebook group. I upload a photo of the design and knitters post their ideas of a name for that particular pattern. After about 24 – 48 hours I choose the name that I just can’t live without. 🙂 The winner is announced and he or she receives the pattern for free. Everyone else is considered “Runners Up” and receive a discount code meant just for them. The discount code is only good for that particular pattern and must be used during the next 24 hours. It’s fun to participate but you have to act fast! Join us on Facebook, you just might be the next winner of “Name That Pattern”.
Shout Out to Margaret F ~ Winner of this round with, “Baby Blanket ~ Lullaby”!
♥Because there is no end to my “Grooviness” the stitch pattern repeat is included in the pattern!
*Cotton flannel fabric can be used to line the back for just that added touch of love!
Materials I used:
Naturally Caron/Country; 75% Acrylic/25% Merino Wool.
185yrds/170m/3oz/85g – or other worsted weight yarn.
Colors: A- #0004/Green Sheen, B- #0007/Naturally – 2 (2, 4, 5) skeins in each color.
Size US7 (4.5mm) 24″ (60cm) circular needle or size needed to get gauge.
Fabric- 100% Cotton; 1 (1, 1.5, 1.5) yrds – (optional).
23sts and 37 rows = 4″ (10cm) in stitch pattern.
Because I LOVE you…I took this close up of the stitch pattern ~
♥ As are all my knitting patterns; this pattern has been test knit twice and both professionally
copy and tech edited for accuracy.
♥I am happy to help. You can always contact me if you have any questions along the way.