Ruffled Ribbons Blanket & Mat by Susan Carlson

Ruffled Ribbons Blanket & Mat

November 2014
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 6.5 rows = 4 inches
6.0 mm (J)
1950 - 2000 yards (1783 - 1829 m)
Sample Blanket = 32 inches (82cm) X 46 inches (117cm) but can be made any dimensions you wish
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The pattern PDF is available on Etsy here.

This blanket was created as part of the Design Wars Challenge using Red Heart Heads Up yarn.

This easy pattern is full of texture, color options and sizing versatility. With bulky yarn, like Heads Up, it is super cozy to snuggle under, but also makes a terrific rug or mat for kitchen or bath.

The blanket back is worked in rows with the colorful ribbons joined using your hook. It’s a super quick and simple construction with a fun and textured result. The border is terrifically fun as it changes color along each side.

Worked in lighter weight yarns, it makes a lovely baby blanket or bedspread, too! Can’t you just see this in crib size for a nursery or twin in shades of pink or purple for a little girl’s room?

This detailed and thoroughly tested pattern includes:
--complete materials list including colors and quantities of the Heads Up yarn
--stitch abbreviations, special stitches and detailed notes sections
--complete, printable written pattern instructions
--recipe for changing the size/dimensions of the blanket for any size you wish
--additional picture section (no need to print) for help joining ribbons for the visual learner

This pattern is written in standard US terms.

Yarn Quantity:
9 skeins of blanket back color
1 skein of each colored ribbon

Skill Level: Easy

Dimensions: 32 inches (82cm) X 46 inches (117cm) but can be made in any size you wish using the simple multiples included in the pattern

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Due to the nature of patterns, this pattern may not be returned or exchanged. All sales are final. This pattern may not be redistributed or copied in any way.

Finished items may be sold, I just ask that you give credit to me, Susan Carlson at for the pattern.

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