A simple but stylish design for a little one

Available from my shop in PDF form and pre-printed (UK only)

The simple eyelet pattern on this blanket forms little trillium, or three petal flowers, in an all over design.
Suitable for the beginner knitter, the blanket is knitted all in one with the garter stitch borders knitted as you go.
Trillium2If you want a lightweight blanket you can knit this in a 4ply or fingering weight yarn or for a more substantial blanket for colder months you can knit one up in a DK weight yarn.

Make it your own. The pictures here show the sample blanket in cream but this blanket would look as good in just about any colour that you can dream of. On a lot of designs, a lighter colour is preferable as they show up the pattern stitch to its maximum effect, but here I think you could even get away with some very dark colours and still have a great looking project. I think a navy blue one would be lovely.
I have also included information in the pattern for varying the width of your blanket by adding or subtracting horizontal pattern repeats and how much that will change the width or your blanket, and of course you can always make it longer or shorter by simply adding or subtracting vertical repeats.

Pattern information
approx. 66 x 76 cm / 26 x 30 inches for both the 4ply and DK versions
DK blanket; approx. 850m of a soft DK weight yarn suitable for a baby blanket
4 ply blanket; approx. 1100 m of a 4ply or fingering weight yarn
DK blanket; 22 sts x 28 rows to 10 cm 
4ply blanket; 28 sts x 36 rows to 10 cm 
In stocking stitch

DK blanket; 4mm needles
4ply blanket: 3.5mm needles 
Or size to get you the correct tension. Tension is not crucial but working to a different tension will result in a blanket of a different size and may take more or less yarn.

2 stitch markers for separating border stitches from the central pattern

Knit, purl, yo (yarn over), k2tog and a double decrease is used when knitting this blanket. All stitches are outlined in the abbreviation section of the pattern and tutorials are being added to the site for stitches and techniques used in my patterns.

As always, pattern support is available for this and all my patterns using the link in the side bar.

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