A lovely easy knitting pattern for a traditional 'basket-weave' baby blanket. Ideal for a beginner knitter and perfect for a baby shower gift.This pattern is perfect for baby's first blanket to keep snug in a pram, moses basket, bouncy chair or cot. The pattern is fully reversible and can be knitted in two different sizes: Square: 75cm x 75cm / 30" x 30" Rectangle: 75cm x 100cm / 30" x 40" The download also contains two versions of the pattern:
Knit in one piece on a single circular needle.
Knit in three pieces on straight needles. This pattern is very easy to knit and ideal for beginner knitters or anyone who wants to make a very quick project for a gift. Skills required: * Cast on * Knit * Purl * Cast off This pattern needs 6mm/US size 10 needles. Either 33cm/13" straight needles or an 80cm/30" circular needle. If knitted with chunky cotton yarn it also makes a very special alternative to the popular waffle blanket.
- Illustrated Knitting Pattern
- US Imperial Measurement / Metric Measurement
- Suitable for Beginners
- Chunky knitting
Materials you need at home:
This pattern needs 6mm/US size 10 needles. * Either 33cm/13" straight needles or an 80cm/30" circular needle.
Lindsay @ Sproglets Kits
The idea for Sproglets Kits was born in the hot summer of 2014 in Weston village, which overlooks the beautiful Cotswold hills and the world heritage city of Bath. I was 8 months pregnant, huge and waiting for baby to arrive. With my mum and grandmother having both enthusiastically togged out their babies in lovely hand-knitted clothes, I wanted to keep up the family tradition and make something for the baby whom I had yet to meet. I continued to knit as baby grew up and I was always immensely proud when she looked cosy in something I had made her. People often asked me how they could make something similar and I decided to put together everything I had learned into accessible knitting kits and patterns which would enable others to make beautiful things for their babies.
The design of my patterns incorporates my 20 years’ experience of making arts and culture accessible to all. The instructions are illustrated at key stages and have been tested to be easily read by dyslexics.