Baby Fibonacci by Lorla Luden

Baby Fibonacci

Knitting
January 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 3 - 3.25 mm
550 - 625 yards (503 - 572 m)
25" x 31" after wash and machine dry
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Soft and cozy baby blanket knit diagonally using a combination of garter and slip stitches.

Intersecting Fibonacci sequence, one color decreases from 55 while the other color increases to 55.

A great use for Wollmeise grab bags with matching skeins; either a semi solid and a multi or 2 complementary semi solids.

Amount of yarn needed & final size will depend on your gauge.

I knit loosely & I calculated needing 1 skein each of Wollmeise pure. I ended up needing about 12 grams extra in each color. If you use Wollmeise pure you could use 1 skein and a Taste skein in the same colorway.

Wollmeise twin will need 2 skeins of each color but will not use all of the 2nd skein.

Other fingering weight yarns will work as well, you will just need to make sure you have similar yardage.

Using a heavier weight yarn and larger needles will result in a larger blanket.