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Margaret Holzmann Safe At Home Blanket Pattern
A colorful blanket reflecting the current reality that we are safest at home with our family. Work it as shown or from your own stash of yarn leftovers.
This stash-busting blanket is worked in garter stitch strips then sewn together. The border is added by picking up and knitting along the completed blanket edges.
You will be using intarsia, color striping, and pick up and knit.
Size: 40 x 140
Malabrigo, Worsted Merino (100% Kettle Dyed Pure Merino Wool wool, 210 yds/192m; 3.5oz/100g):
A: 2 hanks Azul Profundo (dark blue) #150
B: 3 hanks Vaa (dark green-blue) #051
C: 2 hanks Jewel Blue (sky blue) #032
D: 2 hanks Lettuce (avocado green) #037
E: 2 hanks Water Green (mint green) #083
F: 2 hanks Cadmium (bright yellow) #007
G: 2 hanks Frank Ochre (dull gold) #035 H: 2 hanks Sunset (orange) #096
I: 2 hanks Pollen (Light Yellow or Cream) #019
J: 2 hanks Rhodesian (Rust) #123
K: 2 hanks Shocking Pink (bright pink) #184
L: 2 hanks Red Mahogany (dark red-brown) #610
Note: The yarns used in the sample can be classified as cool, warm, light and dark colors. When substituting yarns, replace with like colors.
US Size 7/4.5mm 40”/100cm circular needles; or size needed to obtain gauge
Tapestry needle, stitch holders or scrap yarn
17 sts and 34 rows = 4″/10cm in garter st.
This blanket is worked in 9 horizontal strips of 9 blocks each and then the strips are sewn together. The borders are picked up on the edges of the completed blanket.
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