Bounce by tincanknits


January 2016
DK (11 wpi) ?
17.5 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in pattern stitch after blocking
US 7 - 4.5 mm
740 - 1135 yards (677 - 1038 m)
Stroller (Throw / Crib)
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Bounce by Tin Can Knits

A wonderful combination of stripes and lace, Bounce is the perfect pattern for a gradient, fun stripes, or even just 2 colours. The possibilities are endless!

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Note: the lace pattern in this blanket is both charted and written out


Stroller (throw / crib) sized blanket measures 27 (32)” wide
by 33 (43)” long. The sample shown is the throw / crib
size. Blanket width can be adjusted by adding
or subtracting a multiple of 12 sts (2.75”).

DK or worsted weight yarn in MC one or more CCs

MC: 260 (400) yds or approx 15 (18) yds per stripe
CC: 480 (735) yds or approx 30 (35) yds per stripe

(crib sized sample shown in Rainbow Heirloom Sweater in the ’Sunshine and Storm’ 21-colour kit, with ‘natural’ as the MC)

US#7 / 4.5mm needles (or as req’d to meet gauge) 24” or longer circular needle

17.5 sts & 24 rows / 4” in pattern stitch after blocking

darning needle

Helpful Tutorials
How to read a knitting chart
How to work a central double decrease on RS and WS (sl2-k1-p2sso and sl2tbl-p1-p2sso)
How to block lace

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