I fell immediately in love with this fabulous baby blanket by Tanya of Little Things Blogged. The geometric lines bring a modern feel to a traditional pastel baby blanket. Just fantastic!
Tanya has used Sirdar Snuggly DK for this project. I’ve used Snuggly and it’s so soft and squishy. It makes terrific projects that are easy wash and dry. It’s the combination of nylon and acrylic that make it so incredibly soft.
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If you’re unable to find Sirdar Snuggly DK, the pattern will work with any DK weight yarn (US Size 3). Try it out with a long striping like Lion Brand Cupcake or Mandala. Or, maybe you would like a solid color. You can always increase the yarn weight, if you like, and adjust your hook size and stitch count as necessary.
If you have a problem following the pattern written in filet crochet “language”, be sure to check out the alternate pattern link at the bottom of the page for regular counts.
You’re going to enjoy this easy project for your next baby gift.
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