Free Knitting Pattern for Thine Receiving Blanket - Beautiful baby blanket with diamond lace and bobbles in sport weight yarn. 41″ x 42″ Designed by Lynn Christensen

Free Knitting Pattern for Thine Receiving Blanket - Beautiful baby blanket with diamond lace and bobbles in sport weight yarn. 41″ x 42″ Designed by Lynn Christensen

K hook, baby weight or sport weight yarn (fits newborn to 3 months) ribbon ribbon rose (optional) (size to 3 months) Row 1 Ch 4, sl st t...

K hook, baby weight or sport weight yarn (fits newborn to 3 months) ribbon ribbon rose (optional) (size to 3 months) Row 1 Ch sl st t.

Sport Yarn, Merino yarn, sport weight yarn, superwash merino yarn, 100% Superwash Merino, merino sport, gray, pink, black - Crush

Sport Yarn, Merino yarn, sport weight yarn, superwash merino yarn, 100% Superwash Merino, merino sport, gray, pink, black - Crush

I wanted to use sport weight yarn to produce an elegant pair of socks and decided to go for the Austrian cables. I found the cable patterns in Maria Erlbacher’s book Überlieferte Strickmuster aus dem Steirischen Ennstal.

I wanted to use sport weight yarn to produce an elegant pair of socks and decided to go for the Austrian cables. I found the cable patterns in Maria Erlbacher’s book Überlieferte Strickmuster aus dem Steirischen Ennstal.

This three-color shawl is made with roughly 880 yards of sport weight yarn and size US 4 needles. In order to make your own, you’ll need roughly 440 yards of your main color yarn as well as 220 yards of each of your side colors, which are added with short rows.

This three-color shawl is made with roughly 880 yards of sport weight yarn and size US 4 needles. In order to make your own, you’ll need roughly 440 yards of your main color yarn as well as 220 yards of each of your side colors, which are added with short rows.

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