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Blue Knit Baby Blanket


Now you can create this beautiful free knitting pattern. It's a great baby blanket to keep that little one warm. You can use different color yarn to be sex appropriate.


  • 4 sk Bernat CottonTots or other soft worsted weight yarn
  • Size 8 knitting needles (or size to give you correct gauge)




  • 8 sts and 12 rows = 2 inches in Basketweave pattern



Cast on 92 sts. Knit 8 rows.


Begin eyelet section:


Row 1: K4, *YO, K2tog, repeat from * across, to last 4 sts. YO, K4.


Row 2: K4, P across to last 4 sts, k4.


Row 3: K4, YO, ssk, K across to last 7 sts. K3tog, YO, K4.


Begin Basket-Weave Pattern (12 rows)


Row 1 (Wrong side): K4, P2, *K4, P4, repeat from * across to last 6 sts, P2, K4.

Row 2: (Right side): K4, YO, ssk, *K4, P4, repeat from * across to last 6 sts, K2tog, YO, K4.


Rows 3 & 5: Repeat Row 1.


Rows 4 & 6: Repeat Row 2.


Row 7: K4, P2, *P4, K4, repeat from * across to last 6 sts, P2, K4.


Row 8: K4, YO, SSK, *P4, K4, repeat from * across to last 6 sts, K2tog, YO, K4.


Rows 9 & 11: Repeat row 7.


Rows 10 & 12: Repeat row 8.


Repeat rows 1-12 until blanket measures approx. 35 inches, ending with row 12 (right side).


Ending eyelet section:


Row 1: K4, P across to last 4 sts, k4.


Row 2: K4, YO, ssk, *YO, K2tog, repeat from * across to last 7 sts. K2tog, YO, K4.


Row 3: K4, P across to last 4 sts, K4. Knit next 8 rows, bind off. Tuck in any loose ends, block if desired.


To make a bigger blanket, increase by multiples of 8 (knit 4, purl 4).

SSK should be done this way: Slip two stitches knitwise onto right needle. Insert left needle into the back of these stitches and complete stitch. This causes the decrease to point to the left.


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